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Discussion in 'Money & Finance' started by Kerry, Feb 24, 2009.

  1. Kerry

    Kerry Guest


    I have just started working for a company who specialises in transferring UK pensions (not the UK state pension) to Australia.

    They basically do all the messy paperwork, getting fund values/transfer documents etc. and then provide a no-obligation report. If you decide to proceed, the transfer fee is between 1.5-2.5% of the transfer value.

    There are particular tax benefits to doing it within the 1st 6 months of residency so it's worth looking at sooner rather than later, but even if you have been in Australia a while, it's still worth doing given that there are generally less restrictions on your fund once you retire, than in the UK.

    website address is:

    Hope it helps!


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  3. Hi Kerry,

    Thanks for getting in contact with me so quickly.

    Your company looks great, i have a similar company that does pretty much the same thing throughout Europe and the far east. I take it that business is pretty good? i plan on doing a slightly different type of approach but any feedback would be great.

    my company website is :

    really pleased you got in touch, speak soon


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