Articles And Special Features Tagged 'New Zealand'

The Best Cities To Get Sent On Assignment (And Some Of The Worst)

The Best Cities To Get Sent On Assignment (And Some Of The Worst)

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 29 February, 2016

Yes, the weather is often on the dull side, taxes are usually on the high side and the cost of real estate is on the eye-wateringly expensive side, but Western Europe still dominates the top tier of Mercer's league table of cities measured... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | multinationals | Europe | Asia-Pacific | Other | North America | Africa | South America | Western Europe | Central and Eastern Europe | expatriates | employees | Dubai | Japan | Austria | New Zealand | Switzerland | Australia | Mexico | Singapore | services |

 

Taxed And Unrepresented

Taxed And Unrepresented

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 12 August, 2015

Organizations representing the interests of expatriates have succeeded over the last couple of years in drawing attention to the issue of expat voting rights. However, while some people might have sympathy with those expats who are still... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Europe | expatriates | Canada | Italy | New Zealand | United States | Australia | United Kingdom | legislation | court | law | tax |

 

From Thailand to Ecuador: Finding The Perfect Expat Location

From Thailand to Ecuador: Finding The Perfect Expat Location

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 20 October, 2014

Survey after survey claims to know where the best locations are for expats to settle or to work, either individually or as a family unit, in terms of cost of living and overall quality of life. Some these findings might surprise you. Others won’t... Read Full Article »

Tags: Economy | Tax | Europe | Study | Expats | Personal Finance | Finance | Japan | Germany | New Zealand | Spain | Switzerland | Bahamas | Angola | Australia | China | Ecuador | Monaco | Singapore | Thailand | tax |

 

UK and Ireland Are Inheritance Tax Blackspots

UK and Ireland Are Inheritance Tax Blackspots

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 04 April, 2014

You can’t take it with you as the saying goes, but this doesn’t stop the government from taking a large chunk of your estate after your death in inheritance or estate taxes, and new research has shown that the United Kingdom... Read Full Article »

Tags: Tax | Europe | Expats | individuals | pensions | investment | Japan | Canada | New Zealand | Spain | Ireland | Netherlands | Niger | Nigeria | Russia | Australia | China | Romania | services | tax | inheritance tax |

 

A Cautionary Tale About Tax Residence

A Cautionary Tale About Tax Residence

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 28 February, 2014

From New Zealand, a cautionary tale for those expats who might think that they have fulfilled the last of their obligations to the tax man in their country of origin once emigrated... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | interest | Tax | Expats | FATCA | Finance | expatriates | Seychelles | New Zealand | Jersey | United Kingdom | court | law | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | tax authority | mining | tax compliance | tax | tax reform | exit tax |

 

Australia: Tighter Immigration Rules On The Way?

Australia: Tighter Immigration Rules On The Way?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 20 January, 2014

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott came to power in September promising to strengthen Australia's porous borders against illegal immigration like never before. But what about the new government's attitude to immigration of the legal kind? Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Immigration | Students | Work | Study | Invest | Africa | Immigration | investment | New Zealand | United States | Chile | South Africa | Australia | Thailand | United Kingdom | legislation | environment | education | fees | trade |

 

Visas

Visas

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 06 January, 2014

“Complicated”, “bureaucratic” and “time-consuming” are some of the descriptions that aspiring expats might use of visa application requirements when thinking about a move abroad. But the good news for those seeking a better life overseas is that a range of countries are fine-tuning their visa systems to make the process of expatriating a little bit easier, especially for expats with skills, or who are likely to make a significant contribution to the economy in their host country. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Immigration | Investment | Europe | Work | Invest | Immigration | Investment | Citizenship | individuals | entrepreneurs | investment | Canada | New Zealand | Spain | Malta | Portugal | Australia | China | Macau | education | tax |

 

Non-Financial Alternative Investments

Non-Financial Alternative Investments

by Investors Offshore editorial staff, March 2013, 15 March, 2013

The ideal tax shelter traditionally turned income into capital without taxation. Such mythical beasts used to exist in no-tax offshore jurisdictions, but they were not usually to be found in high-tax countries, and when sighted were rapidly hunted down by heavily armed tax inspectors. Read Full Article »

Tags: audit | business | interest | inflation | budget | retirement | stock exchanges | investment | alternative investment | Panama | Brazil | Hong Kong | New Zealand | Spain | United States | Ireland | Australia | China | Mexico | offshore | tax |

 

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Dubai

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Dubai

by Investors Offshore editorial staff, February 2013, 01 February, 2013

For decades to come, people will point to Dubai's 200-storey, 828-metre Burj Khalifa tower, the tallest in the world, as representing both the peak and the nadir of the city-state's adventurous grasp for regional leadership in a startling range of sectors: real estate, shipping, commodities trading, equities, Islamic finance, e-commerce, air transport and banking. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | individuals | professionals | investment | Dubai | Oman | New Zealand | India | Kuwait | Saudi Arabia | United Arab Emirates | Australia | Bahrain | Qatar | Singapore | law | construction | insurance | manufacturing | tax |

 

Pensions - QROPS, QNUPS, SIPPs and SSAS

Pensions - QROPS, QNUPS, SIPPs and SSAS

by the Investors Offshore editorial team, November, 2012 , 23 November, 2012

Pity the poor pensioners, in their 50s or 60s, approaching retirement. Annuity rates are falling so fast that anything but a really large pension pot will hardly deliver enough income to pay for the family car, never mind that cruise they had set their hearts on. And in many countries the tax authority will not allow you to cash in your pension pot on the grounds that it is tax-privileged money, plus a dose of nannying - if you take the money and spend it, goes the reasoning, you will fall back onto state support. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | individuals | expatriates | retirement | pensions | investment | New Zealand | Gibraltar | Isle of Man | Australia | Guernsey | Jersey | regulation | legislation | law | services | public sector | fees | tax | inheritance tax |

 

 




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