BREXIT: AN END TO THE GOOD LIFE?
There are many reasons why people might need to move large sums of money back to the UK, but none can have had such a dramatic and rapid an impact as Brexit. Of the 4.5 million Britons who live abroad, just under a third have made their home in Europe. That means more than a million people are faced with tough questions over how the June 2016 referendum will affect their life. If you have already made the difficult decision to move back home, this guide offers some reassuring advice.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO FEEL ANXIOUS
Rights that British people have taken for granted for over 40 years are suddenly cards to be played at a negotiating table. The right to work, reside and own property in the European Union might soon be taken away.
HOME IS WHERE THE HEART (AND HEAD) IS
There are several reasons why British citizens living in Europe might be feeling nervous after the 2016 referendum. They might soon need a visa to enter their adopted country. The increasingly weak pound means their money won’t go as far. But there are three factors in particular that may impact your thoughts on a return to Blighty.