Contributed Articles Tagged 'tax'

What you need to know about moving to Australia

What you need to know about moving to Australia

Contributed by PSS International Removals, 17 June, 2015

Have you ever considered a move ‘down under’ or as some like to call it, ‘the land of wonder’? More than 85% of Australians live within fifty kilometers of the coast and should anyone ever decide to visit one new beach in the country every day, it would take them over twenty seven years to see them all – with facts like that it’s not hard to understand why expats are flocking to Australia. Read Full Article »

Tags: Work | currency | Travel | Wealth | pensions | Switzerland | Australia | services | banking | education | tax

 

3 UK cities for expats in UAE looking for strong property returns

3 UK cities for expats in UAE looking for strong property returns

Contributed by Select Property, 01 June, 2015

As more Brits based in the UAE are turning to their homeland for a high yielding property investment, where are the best locations to invest currently? Read Full Article »

Tags: business | investment | Scotland | offshore | tax

 

4 Reasons To Have A Work Life in Saudi Arabia

4 Reasons To Have A Work Life in Saudi Arabia

By Anshuman Kukreti, 20 May, 2015

You might have read or talked about travelers and nomads raining down on countries like China, the US, Germany and Thailand- and for one sole reason- living here is comparatively cheap with increased chances of a healthy... Read Full Article »

Tags: Other | Middle East | budget | Travel | Germany | Saudi Arabia | China | Thailand | education | food | tax

 

The Airbnb Effect On London Real Estate

The Airbnb Effect On London Real Estate

Contributed by Tim Houghten, 08 May, 2015

What will the real impact of Airbnb in London be? Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Other | budget | individuals | regulation | enforcement | law | services | real-estate | tax

 

Selling an Annuity While Living Abroad

Selling an Annuity While Living Abroad

Contributed by Annuity.org, 05 May, 2015

Coming to terms with a personal financial crisis when you're living in a foreign place is overwhelming. Struggling with medical bills, car problems, rent or even buying a plane ticket to visit home can empty your wallet and leave you stranded... Read Full Article »

Tags: Work | currency | retirement | investment | United States | regulation | court | law | tax

 

Things You Should Know Before You Start Working in Kuwait

Things You Should Know Before You Start Working in Kuwait

Contributed by Anshuman Kukreti, 02 February, 2015

Professionals from all across the globe are finding immense opportunities in the gulf. However, there are certain countries which have become the hub for proliferating employment options and that too for every class of skilled personnel... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Professionals | Work | currency | Expats | professionals | Kuwait | tax

 

Residence permit in Latvia - a great alternative to the old Europe

Residence permit in Latvia - a great alternative to the old Europe

Contributed by Sanemto, 27 January, 2015

Many people who wish to obtain a visa or residence permit in Europe look for such countries as Germany, France, Spain, or Italy. Less well known are options to obtain a residence permit or visa in Latvia, on the Baltic Coast... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Europe | budget | individuals | employees | investment | France | Germany | Italy | Spain | Russia | Latvia | tax | property tax

 

The Cost of Owning a Car: Australia V. United States V. UK

The Cost of Owning a Car: Australia V. United States V. UK

Contributed by Sanemto, 27 January, 2015

Finding a car, especially after relocating to a new country, is one of the first big steps anyone can take toward establishing a new life abroad. The freedom and mobility afforded by owning a vehicle of your own can not... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | currency | Insurance | United States | Australia | United Kingdom | insurance | fees | tax | vehicle tax

 

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

 

FATCA'S Impact on Singapore

FATCA'S Impact on Singapore

Contributed by IBSA, by Derren Joseph, 30 September, 2014

FATCA is a term that must be familiar to anyone who deals with US institutions or US persons. Few of us in the International Business Structuring space however, truly grasp the implications. It is hoped that this brief article not only helps in further our understanding of FATCA in general, but also our understanding of how it may impact financial institutions here in Singapore. Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | compliance | business | interest | Tax | FATCA | Costa Rica | Finland | France | Germany | Switzerland | United States | Chile | Denmark | Hungary | Ireland | Cayman Islands | Guernsey | Singapore | offshore | tax

 

 




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