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Challenges of Doing Business in Singapore

Challenges of Doing Business in Singapore

Contributed by activpayroll, 11 January, 2017

As a gateway to the wider Asia-Pacific region, Singapore attracts plenty of expat entrepreneurs, seeking to take advantage of the city's capped corporate tax rates and relatively easy-to-navigate bureaucracy... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | compliance | business | payroll | Tax | Asia-Pacific | Work | Employment | Compliance | entrepreneurs | employees | Singapore | regulation | penalties | legislation | services | environment | internet | tax | tax rates | social security

 

Expat checklist: what to know before moving abroad

Expat checklist: what to know before moving abroad

Contributed by Cigna Global, 09 January, 2017

The element of surprise is often one of the most enjoyable things about moving abroad – especially when it comes to things like meeting new people and discovering the hidden gems of your new home city... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Professionals | Employment | Healthcare | individuals | expatriates | professionals | Scotland | services | public health | insurance | health care | food | tax

 

New UK buy to let rules will impact expat property buyers

New UK buy to let rules will impact expat property buyers

Contributed by Offshoreonline.org, 09 January, 2017

New rules on UK buy to let lending introduced by the UK/s Prudential Regulation Authority, part of the Bank of England, will limit the amount expat buy to let property investors and landlords can borrow on new mortgages from 1 January 2017... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Offshore | expatriates | investment | offshore

 

President Trump, the ACA, and the health insurance of American expats

President Trump, the ACA, and the health insurance of American expats

Contributed by Pacific Prime, 09 January, 2017

The elections in the US have come to an end, with the Electoral College voting to confirm President-Elect Donald Trump on December 19. The often-polarising Trump has had both America and the world on the edge of their seats... Read Full Article »

Tags: small business | business | Tax | Insurance | legislation | law | services | insurance | tax

 

What expats need to know about maternity insurance in Singapore

What expats need to know about maternity insurance in Singapore

Contributed by Pacific Prime, 30 December, 2016

For many expats, Singapore is one of the top cities on earth in which to start or raise a family. With high quality schools, some of the world's best medical care available, and being a generally safe city, it is easy to see why... Read Full Article »

Tags: budget | Singapore | insurance | fees

 

4 Most Useful Things that Will Make Your Investment Visa Go Through Faster

4 Most Useful Things that Will Make Your Investment Visa Go Through Faster

Contributed by hongkongtaxfree.com, 15 December, 2016

When Hong Kong introduced the investment visa, the main target was to encourage people coming to Hong Kong to invest. It created an easier route that investors can migrate to Hong Kong faster and build their economic fortress... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | professionals | investment | Hong Kong | China | banking | environment

 

5 Main Requirements to Qualify For Investment Visa

5 Main Requirements to Qualify For Investment Visa

Contributed by hongkongtaxfree.com, 07 December, 2016

The investment Visas are crafted to help people who wish to enter or stay in Hong Kong for investment. The visas fall under GEP (general employment policy) because you are considered to be employed by the business you establish... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Immigration | Investment | Invest | Immigration | Investment | professionals | investment | Hong Kong

 

5 Money Saving Tips for Making the Move to the UK

5 Money Saving Tips for Making the Move to the UK

Contributed by Solution Loans, 01 December, 2016

Moving house comes with any number of challenges – and when you're making the move to another country, this can be a particularly stressful and expensive time. From tackling unexpected visa costs and travel fees to opening a bank account... Read Full Article »

Tags: Europe | budget | food | fees | tariffs

 

The cost of healthcare and insurance in Hong Kong

The cost of healthcare and insurance in Hong Kong

Contributed by Pacific Prime, 24 November, 2016

Here's something most people can agree with; healthcare is not cheap. Yet, healthcare is something we all need and, around the world, the cost of healthcare is rising... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Expats | Health Insurance | expatriates | professionals | Insurance | Hong Kong | United States | standards | services | public sector | insurance | social security

 

Living in Malta

Living in Malta

Contributed by Papilio Services Limited, 04 November, 2016

The Maltese archipelago has always been in the centre of events and has often played a crucial role in the making of history. Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, just south of Italy, Malta welcomes the world with a... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | business | interest | Europe | Invest | Africa | Citizenship | individuals | retirement | investment | Italy | Malta | Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) | European Commission | services | construction | commerce | environment | education | tax | tax rates

 

 

 




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