Articles And Special Features Tagged 'Trinidad and Tobago'

Citizenship by Investment

Citizenship by Investment

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 30 June, 2017

Rapid advances in communication technologies and international travel coupled with the ongoing process of globalization have made the world a much smaller place, so that now it is possible work, invest, or start a business in... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Investment | Tax | Europe | Invest | currency | Expats | Investment | Citizenship | investment | Dominica | France | Saint Lucia | Trinidad and Tobago | United Kingdom | legislation | regulation | offshore | fees | tax |

 

Attention Investors - St Lucia Needs You!

Attention Investors - St Lucia Needs You!

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 09 June, 2014

Economic citizenship programmes are largely a thing of the past, and currently only two countries in the Caribbean use them in an attempt to lure investment from wealthy foreigners. However, they might soon be joined... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Investment | Tax | Europe | Invest | Investment | Citizenship | individuals | investment | Dominica | Martinique | Puerto Rico | Saint Lucia | Guadeloupe | Trinidad and Tobago | offshore | construction | banking | manufacturing | tax | trade |

 

Second Citizenship

Second Citizenship

Sponsored by Dema Partners, 10 October, 2013

Rapid advances in communication technologies and international travel coupled with the ongoing process of globalisation have made the world a much smaller place, so that now it is possible work, invest, or start a business in more countries than ever. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Immigration | Investment | Tax | Europe | Invest | Immigration | Investment | Citizenship | expatriates | investment | Dominica | Martinique | Puerto Rico | United States | Ireland | Trinidad and Tobago | United Kingdom | internet | fees | tax |

 

Second Citizenship and Immigration Programmes

Second Citizenship and Immigration Programmes

by the Investors Offshore Editorial Team, September 2012, 28 September, 2012

Rapid advances in communication technologies and international travel coupled with the ongoing process of globalisation have made the world a much smaller place, so that now it is possible work, invest, or start a business in more countries than ever. On the other hand, the erosion of privacy has become a major concern, while the tax man has probably never been so powerful, and plenty of potentially nasty traps lay in wait for the investor with international horizons. But this is where enrolling into a second citizenship or immigrant investor programme can help. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Citizenship | expatriates | investment | Austria | Dominica | France | Martinique | Puerto Rico | United States | Ireland | Belize | Guadeloupe | Trinidad and Tobago | United Kingdom | offshore | internet | fees | tax | inheritance tax | gift tax |

 

 




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