Morning all, we recently sold our home in the UK and as a result have close to £500,000 sitting in our account. We plan on moving abroad for a couple of years and would like the return of the sum to cover our rent expenditure abroad.
In a couple of years time we plan to re-assess and either return to the UK or move abroad permanently.
There is a fixed two year rate at the post office of 3.96% but i'm sure there are better returns else where even if our attitude to risk is low. Any help would be much appreciated.
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Where to put house sale proceeds for 2 years?
asked by zrt zrt posted 2 Years ago at 10:22
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Carl Hope answered 2 Years ago at 14:57, last modified: 2 Years ago at 13:57Hi there, a lot will depend on where you are going and whether you will still be a UK tax payer, if you could give me a bit more background information I will try and help.
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