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Thinking of retiring abroad?

News came out last week that almost half of those approaching retirement in Britain have considered moving abroad when they become pensionable. But what are the legal implications of such a move?

Itching to make more use of that Spanish holiday home? Renovation opportunities in southern France? Doctor's orders for more sunshine? Even if less than 10 per cent actually give it a go, news came out last week that almost half of those approaching retirement in Britain have considered moving abroad when they become pensionable.

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