Thank you for taking time to visit us at Expat Financial Services. We offer expats living in The Netherlands a comprehensive financial planning service with unbiased professional advice, specialising in mortgages, pensions, life and household insurance. Please contact us to arrange a no obligation appointment in the comfort of your own home.
As a specialised expat mortgage broker, we guarantee to find you the mortgage most suitable to your individual needs. We can help you finance a new home or remortgage your existing property. With so many different types of mortgages available on the market, it can be confusing to know which one is best suited to you.
We offer expert advice on a wide range of insurance. Whether you are looking for household, car, life or pension insurance, we guarantee to give you a competitive quote. We have connections with a wide range of insurers enabling us to find the best deal available. Please contact us for a no obligation quote or to make an appointment to discuss your options.
As an expat living in The Netherlands, it might be worthwhile taking the time to look into the effects living abroad may have on your pension. It may be the case that your employer is paying into a pension fund for you. If this is not the case however, or when the pension payments are insufficient to achieve your desired income, we will gladly look into your alternatives.
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How would you pay the bills if you were sick or injured and couldn’t work? Income Protection Solutions is a policy that helps you cope financially if you can't work due to illness or accidental injury.
- An income you can rely on, if you can’t work due to ill health or accidental injury
- It’s affordable and easy-to-arrange, giving peace of mind to you and your family
- Payments will be tax free under current tax rules.
It pays you a benefit if you can’t work due to ill health or accidental injury, and the benefit starts after an agreed period of time, called a deferred period. You have the choice to extend the cover to allow any claims made due to redundancy or unemployment.
We’ll ask you how long you would like your deferred period to be – that’s the amount of time that must pass between your first day off work, and the point at which you can make a claim on your policy.
- Choosing a longer deferred period is a good way to keep your premiums down, but still have the peace of mind there’s an income in place if you’re ill for a long period of time.
Income protection policies are designed to last for as long as you’re in full time employment. Because retirement plans vary, we’ll ask you to tell us at what age you’d like your policy to end. Then, once it’s set up, it will remain in force as long as you keep paying the premiums.