The recent Coronavirus Pandemic and ongoing Brexit Crisis has convinced many people that now is the time to finally transfer their UK Private Pensions back to Ireland.
Phone Jim or Michael today and have your UK Pension Transfer questions answered. Call us on 01 5267770 or 053 9110380
Lived or worked in the UK? You can transfer your Private Pension Fund back to Ireland.
The good news is that it is possible to transfer your Private UK Pension from the UK back to Ireland. This is possible due to the QROPS Scheme (Qualifying Residential Overseas Pension Scheme) which facilitates Pension transfers from the UK to Ireland.
We have many years arranging such transfers from the UK to Ireland and we can help you figure out the quickest and easiest way to get it done.
Why might it be a good idea to transfer your Private Pension from the UK to Ireland now?
✅ Stock Market Volatility – Consistent stock market volatility has left many pension investors struggling to get information on the impact of market turmoil on their pensions in the UK. Having an Irish based advisor will allow you to get access to information far quicker in times of uncertainty.
✅ BREXIT – Ongoing Brexit uncertainty in the UK has made may people wary of keeping their money in the UK.
✅ Tax – A QROPS registered pension fund can accept transfers from the UK to Ireland without any tax liability
✅ Access – when you access your Pension in later years you will be receiving your money from an Irish Pension Fund as opposed to a UK Pension fund
✅Inheritance – should you pass away your beneficiaries will be claiming your pension from Ireland and not dealing with a pension provider in the UK which would lead to significant delays
✅ Local Irish Advice – your pension fund is administered in Ireland with access to local advice from your Irish advisor
✅ Reputable Providers – your pension fund will be placed with large international reputable pension providers in Ireland
✅ Protect Your Money – protecting what you have built up in your pension fund is important. We can help you decide if now is the right time for you to transfer your UK Pension
✅ Currency Risk – having your Pension money held in Sterling in the UK introduces currency fluctuation risk, whereas having your Pension in Ireland long-term eliminates that additional currency risk
✅ Phone, Email or Webchat – We have clients all over Ireland and staying in contact with them is important during this difficult time. We can look after you by phone, email or webchat, whatever suits you best.
What is the next step?
Usually your first contact with us will be a short telephone call or an email. This allows us to understand your situation and let you know how we can help you. A quick phone call or email can often be the easiest way to take the stress out of these decisions.
For most of our clients that initial phone call or email is where they start to get clarity on the right steps to get the most from their Pension.
Transferring your Pension from the UK to Ireland can be far more straightforward than you think. We will prepare all the forms and paperwork for you, deal with your pension provider on your behalf, and of course keep you updated along the way.
Feel free to contact us Monday to Friday or email us using the contact form. Jim or Michael will be happy to answer your questions.
Phone: 01 5267770
I would like to sincerely thank you and the rest of the team at Guardian Wealth for the professionalism and due diligence in facilitating my pension transfer from the U.K. You and Stefan carried out your duties in an exemplary manner, always returning calls and emails (a rare thing unfortunately these days but one to my mind which sets Guardian Wealth and yourself particularly high in customer relations). I would have absolutely no hesitation in using yourselves again or recommending you to others.
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