Contributed Articles Tagged 'Employment'

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

 

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

 

Working in Ras al-Khaimah: What is it like?

Working in Ras al-Khaimah: What is it like?

Contributed by Anshuman Kukreti, 23 July, 2015

While the world sings ahoy to the chorus of a lavish life in the UAE, professionals are increasingly flocking from around the world to witness the likes of bright career prospects in the country. Be it Dubai, Abu Dhabi or Sharjah... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Banking | Economy | Tax | Other | Middle East | Employment | professionals | Insurance | Manufacturing | investment | Dubai | Oman | Sharjah | banking | manufacturing | food | tax

 

Looking for work in new countries

Looking for work in new countries

Contributed by PSS International Removals, 09 April, 2015

So you're thinking of emigrating and know where you'd like to live, but there's just one problem. How will you find a job there and where do you begin looking for work? Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Africa | Employment | Travel | employees | Canada | africa | South Africa | law | services | construction | education

 

Living and Working in Oman: A Guide For All Expat Job-Seekers

Living and Working in Oman: A Guide For All Expat Job-Seekers

By Anshuman Kukreti, 26 March, 2015

Oman- one of the leading global destinations amongst the countries in the Middle East, is rapidly becoming one of the hub nations to harbor expatriates from all across the globe. The country which stands at an estimated GDP of nearly... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Economy | Work | Middle East | Employment | expatriates | employees | Oman | law | banking | environment | social security

 

How to Explain Your Extended Period of Joblessness in Interviews & Discussions

How to Explain Your Extended Period of Joblessness in Interviews & Discussions

Contributed by Vineeta Tiwari, 17 October, 2014

Why is your resume showing so many gaps? Will you please explain me your unemployment status for these many months? These can be squirm-inducing questions and you feel your heart racing and voice stuttering while explaining things. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | unemployment | professionals

 

Will the Improved UK economy Encourage Expats to Leave their Aussie Lifestyle?

Will the Improved UK economy Encourage Expats to Leave their Aussie Lifestyle?

Laura Harrison, 12 August, 2014

Throughout the recession, thousands of Brits made the commitment to trade their English lifestyle, for a life down under. According to the BBC, between 2005 and 2010 nearly 107,000 Britons settled for a new life in Australia. For many, it made perfect sense to leave Britain’s struggling economy in exchange for Australian’s thriving economy, better job opportunities, higher wages and an overall better quality of life. Read Full Article »

Tags: unemployment | Australia | services | trade

 

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

 

Career Skills You Won't Learn In School

Career Skills You Won't Learn In School

Contributed by Teresa Crane, 30 August, 2013

There are a number of skills important to being successful in the job market, but you won’t necessarily acquire them in school. These skills will not only help you to thrive as you make the initial transition from school to work, but also to manage your career for the long term. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Education | Networking | Work | budget | Education | Employment | individuals | professionals | Ireland | court | services | environment | education

 

 




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