Contributed Articles Tagged 'legislation'

Belize is Booming and Why You Should Care

Belize is Booming and Why You Should Care

Contributed by Luigi Wewege At Caye International Bank, 14 June, 2019

If you're at all interested in international finance, offshore banking, or international real estate, then you've probably already come across one fact time and again: Belize is booming. While that's great news for a lot of people... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Banking | Economy | Investment | Retirement | Tax | Retire | Invest | Investment | Offshore | individuals | retirement | investment | Belize | legislation | offshore banking | offshore | banking | tax | property tax | tax rates

 

Considerations and requirements when providing equity income to your mobile employee

Considerations and requirements when providing equity income to your mobile employee

Contributed by Global Tax Network (GTN), 04 February, 2019

Equity income is an important part of the compensation and talent management strategy for many companies. The provision of equity income can assist in attracting new talent as well as in motivating and retaining current employees... Read Full Article »

Tags: Tax | Working Abroad | Work | Working Abroad | Tax Treaties | Employment | Working Abroad | Treaties | Brazil | France | United States | Belgium | legislation | 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

 

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

 

Overseas pensions - all you need to know

Overseas pensions - all you need to know

Contributed by WorldFirst, 15 February, 2018

Moving abroad can be a daunting task regardless of age, travel experience or time spent working between countries. One of the most commonly queried aspects when moving abroad is 'what happens with my pension when... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | Pensions | Europe | Work | Other | Pensions | pensions | Switzerland | legislation | tax

 

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

 

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

 

Visa changes could see a flurry of new businesses popping up in NSW, expert says

Visa changes "could see a flurry of new businesses popping up in NSW", expert says

Contributed by True Blue Migration , 29 January, 2016

Changes made to Australian visa nomination requirements on January 1st 2016 could see an influx of new businesses emerging across New South Wales, an expert has suggested... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | unemployment | entrepreneurs | Australia | legislation | law

 

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

 

The ins and outs of moving abroad

The ins and outs of moving abroad

Contributed by Jess Baker, 09 July, 2014

Whether it’s for love, work or a change of scenery, moving abroad can be a blessing. It’s a sad thought to think that some people don’t get the opportunity to get up and leave as and when they choose. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Europe | currency | Citizenship | individuals | Insurance | France | Sweden | Switzerland | Liechtenstein | legislation | law | tax

 

 




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