Contributed Articles Tagged 'fees'

Can You Get a U.S. Credit Card When Living Overseas?

Can You Get a U.S. Credit Card When Living Overseas?

Contributed by LendEDU, 25 September, 2018

Living overseas, whether permanently or for a short period of time, comes with many challenges as well as opportunities for U.S. citizens. Figuring out the banking system in a new country can be one of those obstacles... Read Full Article »

Tags: currency | United States | services | banking | fees

 

Tax Risks of Business Travelers

Tax Risks of Business Travelers

Contributed by Global Tax Network (GTN), 21 June, 2018

In today's workforce, it is common to have employees working on multiple projects across multiple states or countries. It is surprising to many that working outside of their resident home state for as little as one day may create... Read Full Article »

Tags: audit | compliance | business | payroll | Tax | Travel | Finance | individuals | employees | Canada | Sweden | Jersey | Singapore | penalties | enforcement | law | services | mining | fees | tax | individual income tax

 

Five Common Misconceptions of International Social Taxes

Five Common Misconceptions of International Social Taxes

Contributed by Global Tax Network (GTN), 09 May, 2018

According to the United States (US) Social Security Administration, "dual social security tax liability is a widespread problem for US multinational companies and their employees... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | compliance | business | payroll | Tax | Europe | individuals | employees | Canada | Italy | United States | penalties | legislation | law | services | fees | tax | tax rates | social security

 

Expat Guide to Healthcare in France for Retirees

Expat Guide to Healthcare in France for Retirees

Contributed by Expatriate Healthcare, 26 April, 2018

With 58% of expats in France being 55 or over, it is important that any foreign nationals in this age bracket understands the French healthcare system... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Europe | Retire | Expats | Health Insurance | Healthcare | Insurance | pensions | France | public health | insurance | fees | social security

 

Getting what you pay for: When your low-cost divorce is a false economy

Getting what you pay for: When your low-cost divorce is a false economy

Contributed by Dianne Millen, 13 April, 2018

Who doesn't love a bargain? Whether it's a hotel and flight package deal, duty-free perfume, or a buy-one-get-one-free on your favourite brand of washing powder, advertisers know that we like to think we're getting the most for our money... Read Full Article »

Tags: individuals | Scotland | court | law | services | fees

 

South African Expats can now access funds stuck in Retirement Annuities

South African Expats can now access funds stuck in Retirement Annuities

Contributed by Mark Ackermann, 29 March, 2018

It is expensive for an immigrant to establish a new home in a developed country. Most South African expats want to be financially emancipated from South Africa by getting their remaining investments out of the country because... Read Full Article »

Tags: Retirement | Tax | Retire | Other | Africa | Expats | retirement | pensions | investment | South Africa | regulation | legislation | tax authority | insurance | fees | tax

 

Expat Guide to Healthcare in Spain for Retirees

Expat Guide to Healthcare in Spain for Retirees

Contributed by Expatriate Healthcare, 23 March, 2018

Spain's southern coastline is an expat haven. From the Costa Del Sol to Costa Blanca, you can rest assured that if you're retiring to Spain from any country in the world, you will find a fellow country man or woman in sunny Spain... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Europe | Expats | Health Insurance | Healthcare | Insurance | pensions | Spain | services | public health | insurance | fees

 

The main services an expat needs when moving to another country

The main services an expat needs when moving to another country

Contributed by BridgeWest, 08 November, 2017

Open borders in some countries allow those interested in finding jobs abroad to move to another state easier. The number of countries adhering to free trade agreements which also provide for the free movement of people... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | interest | Healthcare | Europe | budget | Healthcare | Netherlands | Singapore | law | services | insurance | education | fees | tax | trade

 

Best country in the world to raise a family, and why you should move there right now

Best country in the world to raise a family, and why you should move there right now

Contributed by Experts in Moving, 12 October, 2017

Is life back in rainy old Blighty becoming tiresome? Feel like a new challenge? Want a break from the routine of work, home, work, home repeat... Read Full Article »

Tags: Education | Europe | Work | Education | employees | Finland | Sweden | Norway | services | environment | education | fees

 

5 Tips for Avoiding Unseen Costs in Your New Home

5 Tips for Avoiding Unseen Costs in Your New Home

Contributed by www.flooringrepublic.co.uk, 02 August, 2017

Whether you're relocating for work or moving overseas in pursuit of better weather, with visas, flights and furniture removal fees to take into consideration, the process of emigrating is not without its costs... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Work | Invest | Middle East | currency | budget | expatriates | Insurance | United Arab Emirates | regulation | services | energy | insurance | health care | fees | tax

 

 




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