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Living in Spain

Living in Spain

Contributed by Blevins Franks, 26 April, 2018

If you're a UK national living in or thinking about moving to Spain, it's important to review your financial planning. This should look at tax efficiency and how your estate planning, investment strategies and pensions can... Read Full Article »

Tags: Investment | Tax | Invest | Investment | expatriates | pensions | investment | Spain | regulation | penalties | law | tax | inheritance tax | tax planning | tax rates

 

Returning to the UK - tax charges on overseas property

Returning to the UK - tax charges on overseas property

Contributed by Mercer & Hole, 30 January, 2018

Broadly speaking individuals, who have been living abroad for a number of years and are thinking about a return to the UK, can mitigate a UK tax charge on the disposal of properties, by selling prior to their return to the UK... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Other | individuals | retirement | law | tax | inheritance tax

 

Living in Cyprus: A scrumpTAXious Proposition

Living in Cyprus: A scrumpTAXious Proposition

Contributed by Costas Tsielepis & Co Ltd, 07 January, 2016

Cyprus has always been an attractive tourist destination, as well as a great place to live and work and call home... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | charities | dividends | Tax | individuals | employees | Insurance | Dubai | Cyprus | legislation | services | insurance | environment | education | tax | inheritance tax | tax incentives | exit tax | tax rates | gift tax

 

Residence permits in Andorra

Residence permits in Andorra

Contributed by Andorra-Business , 27 November, 2013

If you are formally resident in Andorra, you are not yet subject to any direct taxation. In simple terms this means that there is no income tax, no capital gains tax (except on Andorran property held for less than 10 years)no wealth tax and no inheritance tax.

On January 1st 2015 new tax regimes will come into force and a new Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax will apply. However, as you will see from the new taxation details at http://www.Andorra-Business.com this does NOT mean that residents deriving their income abroad will be much affected, if at all. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Immigration | Investment | Tax | Work | Invest | unemployment | Immigration | Investment | Capital Gains | Finance | investment | Andorra | law | services | insurance | tax | inheritance tax

 

 




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