The beginner’s guide to repatriating your pension

In theory, you can get a pension back to Ireland from a whole range of foreign jurdistictions – but some are simpler than others

17th June, 2018
Malta: Irish emigrants returning from working abroad should consider transferring their pensions here

While some Irish people seek better opportunities overseas, other Irish people living abroad may be considering returning home to a strong economy.

There are many points to consider when planning a return to Ireland such as finding a job, accommodation and so on, but once that’s settled it’s worth considering whether you should transfer your pension savings.

The majority of pension transfers are from Britain and Northern Ireland, given the thousands...

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