The British government can freely float ideas on increasing the financial burden on its estimated 5 million expatriate citizens when so few are actually registered to vote.
Shouldn’t you make sure that you will at least make your voice heard at the ballot box in the next general election in May 2015 by registering now using the on-line option?
The article below from iExpats (investing expatriates) explains the Chancellor’s plans:
“The government is planning more tax and pension blows to hit expats in the pocket.”
“Following an announcement to charge overseas residents capital gains tax on the sale of homes in Britain, the next expat targets are the £10,000 a year personal income tax allowance and halving the state pension deferral rate.”
“Financial experts claim the measures will make expats significantly worse off.“
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