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Old 29.08.2020, 15:08
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Re: Planning to retire to the UK

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Thanks for all your advice. Much appreciated. If I can retire at 56 I'll be nice and happy. Between then and now, let's see what happens with the world.

Time to contact Fundsmith and discuss my options. 30 years of investment protected against inflation, low risk, given sufficient, tax-efficient (if possible) income.
It's usually more tax efficient to live off capital, rather than chase income.

High income producing equities are generally poor quality companies, both the dividends & share prices of said companies have collapsed this year V Fundsmith that hit it's all time high in last week.

UK has a max rate of CGT of 20% v 45% for income.
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