Contributed Articles Tagged 'interest'

Offshore Banking: How it Can Benefit You as an Expat

Offshore Banking: How it Can Benefit You as an Expat

Laura Harrison, 04 September, 2014

In and amongst all the stresses that come with moving abroad, opening an offshore bank account is likely to be at the bottom of most people's to-do lists. Instead many juggle between bank accounts back in the UK whilst opening up a new bank account in their new country of residence and tend to continually move money between the two, racking up large transfer fees. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Banking | Tax | currency | Offshore | investment | offshore banking | offshore | services | banking | fees | tax

 

Expo 2020 lures big players to Dubai

Expo 2020 lures big players to Dubai

Amush Malik, 19 August, 2014

It is beyond doubt that ever since Dubai bagged the World Expo 2020 bid, its real estate market has seen an upward trend and Dubai's developers are now eyeing global investors for their projects. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Investment | Invest | Investment | investment | Dubai | India

 

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

 

Same-Sex Expat Experiences

Same-Sex Expat Experiences

Contributed by Jamie Waddell, 09 May, 2014

A recent survey conducted by Pew Research found Europe to be the continent most tolerant of homosexuality, with Spain, Germany and the Czech Republic all having over 80 per cent of respondents agree that homosexuality should be accepted in society. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Europe | Middle East | Offshore | Canada | Czech Republic | France | Germany | Greece | Spain | Uganda | Russia | Ecuador | Thailand | legislation | law | offshore | insurance

 

QROPS Professionals Concerned with Budget 2014's Assault on Expat Finances

QROPS Professionals Concerned with Budget 2014's Assault on Expat Finances

Contributed by Jamie Waddell, 31 March, 2014

Whilst the pension reforms announced in last week's Budget were certainly headline-grabbing and heralded as a boon for UK pensioners, QROPS industry experts have announced fears that new legislation may prove detrimental to QROPS providers and expat savers alike. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | budget | pensions | investment | Canada | New Zealand | Australia | legislation | public sector | tax

 

Should long term expats be given the right to vote?

Should long term expats be given the right to vote?

Contributed by Gary Stringer, 04 February, 2014

Most laws need to be reassessed as times change and the law revoking British expatriates’ right to vote after living abroad for over 15 years is one such example. Being a member of the European Union, the UK should not be barring its citizens from continuing to vote in General Elections when other countries allow this as a basic extension of democracy. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Europe | expatriates | pensions | Italy | law

 

Considering University Overseas? Some of the Most Popular Expat Student Destinations

Considering University Overseas? Some of the Most Popular Expat Student Destinations

Contributed Article, 16 January, 2014

There are a number of reasons why studying abroad may appeal to people who are college age. It can offer a chance to experience a new country and learn another language while at university, it can save significantly on the cost of getting a degree, and can also serve as a way of getting a foot in the door if you want to live in another country long term. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Students | Europe | Study | economics | Canada | Germany | Ireland | Australia | law | education | fees

 

Expat Finance - How to Undertake International Transactions

Expat Finance - How to Undertake International Transactions

Contributed Article, 08 January, 2014

When spending a prolonged time abroad, many people worry about language difficulties, culture shock, fitting in, being accepted, coping with an unfamiliar climate, being separated from friends and family, and so on. However, it is worth also considering matters financial, as transferring money between nations and currencies can be more complex than it may at first appear. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | currency | services | banking | internet | fees

 

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

 

Profile For Migration Services

Profile For Migration Services

Contributed by Fiducenter, 22 October, 2013

Fiducenter is an independent provider of professional services, with presence in Luxembourg, Cyprus, Singapore and Malta. We provide a comprehensive range of international business services, including professional consultation, transaction advisory, formation of investment funds, companies, trusts and other investment and business vehicles, wealth management, family office, immigration and much more. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Investment | Work | Invest | Investment | investment funds | investment | Cyprus | Malta | Luxembourg | Singapore | trusts | services | insurance | education | tax

 

 




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