RDoyle.com is an exclusive resource of information for expat financial maters. Covering all aspects of the financial landscape that effects expats around the globe.
We work closely with the leading financial advisers and expatriates to help them select and arrange offshore financial products for their international pension, saving, investment, life insurance, Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes, QROPS for short, and healthcare.
We offer access to a wide range of well-known offshore products provided by major financial intuitions such as Skandia International and Friends Provident International in highly regulated offshore centres providing client protection and confidentiality.
Findiing you solutions in the best offshore jurisdictions around the world. From Guernsey, Isle of Man and Luxembourg for tax efficient savings and other tax planning to New Zealand, Gibralter and Malta QROPS.
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To help you find and select suitable offshore products for your particular objectives we provide offshore plans for consideration and are able to discuss your requirements and answer your questions by email or phone.
To help you evaluate the plans we provide comprehensive information about the plans features, terms and charges.
When you have selected a plan, we send you the application forms and provide details of the documents required by offshore companies to prove your identity and residential address.
We also keep you informed of your applications progress and let you know when your plan has started.
There is no fee for our service because we receive remuneration from the plan providers.
We only advise of QROPS that are on the HMRC list and we offer you the best solution that connects your goals, residency and financial situation with the best QROPS. Our reports explain our findings and recoemndatiosn, GAD dradown amounts comparison and pros and cons of the solutions.
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