Wed, 06 Mar|
IPP Private Client Suite 31st Floor
South African Expat Night
An evening dedicated to South African Expats, full of practical information and also an opportunity to network. This is a complimentary event, offering a helping hand to SA expats living in Singapore, sharing clarity on topics around personal finance and tax the implications of living abroad.
Time & Location
06 Mar 2019, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
IPP Private Client Suite 31st Floor , 78 Shenton Way, Singapore 079120
About The Event
For the internationally mobile individual, retirement planning can be further complicated by cross border tax considerations. Join us to find out more about the new SARS legislation coming to force on March 2020 which has created some unique opportunities for South African expats and residents to invest offshore and save to up to 100% tax on their income, nest egg and passing on their estate while also taking advantage of their 10 million ZAR foreign investment allowance.
Sovereign’s flexible and tax efficient savings vehicle for current or future South African tax resident members offers:
• Flexible investment options outside of South Africa
• Flexible contributions
• Benefits available in a flexible manner from age 50
• Tax efficiency
About our Sponsor:
Sovereign is a market leader in the provision of pensions with a broad proposition that includes: Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs); Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS); Qualifying Non-UK Pension Schemes (QNUPS); International Pension Plans (IPPs); and Corporate Pension Plans.
PLEASE NOTE: IPP Financial Advisers Pte Ltd is a licensed financial advisory. Neither the company nor its representatives are tax advisers. Any reference to tax, in any jurisdiction, is sourced from third party sources, which we deem to be reliable and accurate at time of print, and professional tax advice should always be sought independently. Any reference to any investment, fund or product should be read in conjunction with the prospectus/brochure/factsheet. Investments can go up and down and past performance is not an indication of future performance.