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QROPS BULLETIN: JULY 2013

Contributed by QROPS Choice.com
17 July, 2013


Contributed by QROPS Choice.com [QROPSChoice.com]


July has been a mainly quiet (if repetitive) month for articles so far. The most dominant story has been to do with HMRC’s defeat in court over its treatment of the ROSIIP Singapore scheme. They may yet appeal.  From this it appeared that they may have cancelled 400plus QROPS schemes in anticipation of victory, or at least ‘in error’. They have since been reinstated. Very clever!

These events are detailed in articles here. There is also a cautionary article that states because of the defeat they may yet tighten up QROPS regulation further. In addition there are a couple of articles about New Zealand, and an article about Malta QROPS being suitable for US citizens.

We have not written any of these articles, nor does their inclusion here indicate our agreement or endorsement.

We are a multi-jurisdictional QROPS and QNUPS Provider with structures in all the major jurisdictions. To find out more, please visit www.qropschoice.com  or contact us on consultants@qropschoice.com

We have a free QROPS/QNUPS GUIDE available on request.


Mark Knight, DipFS
QROPS Choice

PS. If you would like a copy of our FREE QROPS/QNUPS GUIDE, or would like one of our Presentations at your premises, please let us know.

Telephone: 0151 327 8466
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QROPS and QNUPS Choice Ltd – Registered in Gibraltar - Registered number 108379
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QROPS and QNUPS Choice Ltd are not regulated to give advice.  The information provided in this communication is based on our understanding of the current legislation governing pensions.





 


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