Contributed Articles Tagged 'penalties'

Settling into a New Country: How to Get to Know Your New Home

Settling into a New Country: How to Get to Know Your New Home

Contributed by Thomas Grundner, 11 September, 2018

When moving to a new country, many expats think that their hard work is over once they have unpacked their luggage, got all the preliminary cleaning done, and settled into their new home... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Dubai | Egypt | Germany | Spain | penalties | law | services | tax

 

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

 

U.S. Reporting of Foreign Assets

U.S. Reporting of Foreign Assets

Contributed by Global Tax Network (GTN), 30 April, 2018

Are you a U.S. citizen or green card holder living overseas? Did you know that the U.S. is one of the few countries in the world where taxes are based on citizenship rather than residency? U.S. citizens and green card holders... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | interest | Tax | Offshore | Compliance | individuals | expatriates | employees | United States | penalties | law | offshore | services | tax compliance | tax | individual income tax

 

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

 

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

 

FBAR deadline changes and the importance of filing

FBAR deadline changes and the importance of filing

Contributed by brighttax.com, 19 September, 2016

FBAR is an acronym for the Foreign Bank Account Report. For over 40 years, all Americans with foreign bank or other financial accounts meeting certain requirements have had to report these accounts to the IRS... Read Full Article »

Tags: private equity | compliance | Tax | FATCA | Compliance | self-employment | investment | penalties | enforcement | services | insurance | tax | trade

 

What's New About the 2014 Streamlined Procedure for Americans Living Abroad?

What's New About the 2014 Streamlined Procedure for Americans Living Abroad?

Contributed by Inese Zemelman, 09 October, 2014

The old streamlined procedure was a welcome addition for taxpayers abroad, but it still had its limitations.

On June 18th 2014, the IRS Amnesty Program was greatly expanded and with it, the pool of eligible taxpayers. Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | Offshore | Compliance | forex | penalties | law | offshore | services | tax

 

United States Foreign Account Tax Compliance act (FATCA) Concepts and Deadlines

United States Foreign Account Tax Compliance act (FATCA) Concepts and Deadlines

Contributed by IBSA, by Howell Bramson, Robert Kiggins, 30 September, 2014

FATCA is aimed at addressing perceived tax abuse by US citizens and residents using accounts located outside the US to hide income from the US revenue authorities. Robert Kiggins and Howell Bramson outline the reasons behind FATCA and some of the practicalities affecting implementation. Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | compliance | business | interest | dividends | Tax | FATCA | Compliance | individuals | Institutions | hedge funds | investment | United States | regulation | penalties | law | offshore | insurance | tax | withholding tax | trade

 

Health Insurance For Expats In Australia

Health Insurance For Expats In Australia

Contributed by Justin Grossbard, 13 March, 2014

46.9% of Australians have private health insurance based on research finalised on the 31st December 2012. This is a high level considering that all Australian permanent residents are entitled to Medicare which subsidises most doctors’ visits and public hospital stays and treatments. Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | Expats | Health Insurance | individuals | Insurance | Italy | Australia | penalties | services | construction | public health | insurance | tax

 

 




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