For some clients, the complexities of juggling the financial rules of two countries isn’t enough to deter them from their goal of retiring abroad, so advisors must be prepared to address their situations that often require specialized planning and research.
“There is every pattern, and there are no patterns,” says Bryan Hancock, founder and principal of Birmingham, Ala.-based Timberchase Financial, who advises many expats.
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