Transfer Your Pension Back to Ireland
Have you previously work in another country on a permanent basis for over a 5 year period?
Learn how to
1.Locate your overseas pension
2.Get up to date documentation and fund valuation
3.Assess your pension options of transferring taxing into account the tax implications, access and inheritance benefits
If you are someone who has worked abroad and have not yet transferred your pension, it may be worth your while to look into this in greater detail. It is however very important that you do your homework before any decision is made as it may or may not be the best decision for you. It mainly depends on the transfer value that your ex employer is offering you versus the pension they are projecting at your normal retirement age. This differs from company to company.
The main benefits of transferring you pension back to Ireland are;
Money Maximising Advisors have years of experience in overseas pension transfers and helping people make the correct decision on whether or not they should transfer their pension back to Ireland. If you would like to locate your pension and/or request a transfer value from your ex employer, we can help you assess the best option for you. If you would like more information on overseas pension transfers, please fill in the form below and we will send you more information.
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