Thinking of leaving UK. ISA, AVIVA, state pension, taxes
Hi there, I hope you all are doing well. After spending 7-8 years in the UK, im thinking of leaving the country. There are many financial questions I have to think about.
- I have an ISA with Vanguard. gov.co.uk website says I will not be able to pay into this ISA once I leave the UK and that I dont have to close the account. It can just stay there and grow in value. ISA offers tax free investment up to 20k. I was wondering if, when I decide to sell my Vanguard investments and cash out, will I be taxed in the UK?
- I have some money in my AVIVA pension that employers paid in. When the time comes (im still just 31), will I be able to claim AVIVA pension if im not a resident in the UK?
- and finally, a will. In case something happens to me, I would like to have a will which would have directions on what to do with my investments in the UK. If I am not a resident in the UK, will the will still be doing what it was supposed to do? For example give the money to my family which is outside the UK.
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