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Subject: retirement planning - moving from UK to US Date: 4/25/2001 1:50 AM
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I have recently moved from the UK to the US and need some advice on retirement planning. I have a three year working visa in the US and so I receive my income and pay tax in the US. Since I am not resident in the UK I can't contribute to an ISA and I have no pre-existing pension plans in the UK.

At this point in time (I am 28) I find it hard to anticipate where my retirement will be so I need to do something that will work for me whether I decide to stay in the US or return to the UK.

Does anyone have any advice for me? Should I be asking this on the Retirement Planning board?
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