Check finances for life in France after Brexit

The transition period gives everyone some breathing space and although little should change during this time, the Brexit clock is ticking and – once that countdown is over – there will be changes, Bill Blevins, of Blevins Franks financial advice group (blevinsfranks.com), writes

Brexit. We have all been talking about it for going on for four years now, but 2020 is the year UK nationals living in and moving to France need to stop just talking and start taking action where necessary.

The transition period gives everyone some breathing space and although little should change during this time, the clock is ticking and – once that countdown is over – there will be changes.

If you have not yet finalised your residency in France, now is the time to do so.

If you need to adjust your financial planning to protect your wealth, investigate your options before it is too late.

If you have assets in the UK and are planning on living in France long-term, you may wish to consider whether it makes sense to keep assets in one country while you are settled in another – more so when one is an EU member and the other is not.

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