Articles And Special Features Tagged 'internet'

Expat Tax Schemes - Denmark Focus

Expat Tax Schemes - Denmark Focus

ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 04 September, 2018

Numerous countries in the European Union seek to attract skilled foreign workers by sheltering them from potentially high rates of income tax - often in excess of 50 percent... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Tax | Europe | Work | Other | unemployment | employees | Germany | Denmark | Syria | Iraq | Romania | tax authority | energy | internet | health care | tax |

 

Jersey Focus

Jersey Focus

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 27 November, 2017

The largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands between England and France, Jersey is a self-governing British Crown Dependency, with a population of just under 100,000 people (July 2017 est.)... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Tax | Europe | Work | Finance | individuals | employees | investment | France | Isle of Man | Jersey | United Kingdom | standards | law | offshore | services | banking | financial services | internet | tax | trade |

 

FBAR - What US Persons Need To Know

FBAR - What US Persons Need To Know

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 08 June, 2015

This article outlines what Americans with foreign bank accounts must do to stay on the right side of the law under FBAR, with the June 30 filing deadline approaching fast... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Tax | individuals | retirement | United States | trusts | law | banking | insurance | internet | tax |

 

Ireland Rolls Out Revamped Work Permits

Ireland Rolls Out Revamped Work Permits

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 27 August, 2014

New legislation recently enacted in Ireland will usher in substantial improvements to work permit rules with the aim of attracting more high-calibre expat information technology professionals to the country and driving economic growth... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | payroll | Education | Europe | Work | Education | Employment | individuals | professionals | employees | investment | Iceland | Ireland | Liechtenstein | Norway | legislation | law | services | training | internet | education | fees |

 

Buying UK Property Just Got Tougher For Expats

Buying UK Property Just Got Tougher For Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 21 May, 2014

If you are an expatriate or international property buyer, securing a UK mortgage has become more difficult as a result of the mortgage market review, with a new set of regulations being implemented by the Financial... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | budget | Expats | Offshore | retirement | regulation | insurance | internet | food | tax | trade |

 

Bitcoin: The Answer To Expats' Currency Woes?

Bitcoin: The Answer To Expats' Currency Woes?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 06 December, 2013

One of the biggest expat gripes is the exorbitant fees that banks charge to transfer money from one part of the world to another, while exchange rates can often dictate an expat’s lifestyle for many years, consigning them to a life of luxury or penury in their adopted country.
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Tags: speculation | Economy | Tax | inflation | currency | Currency | Canada | Cyprus | Germany | United States | Thailand | enforcement | law | services | commerce | mining | banking | internet | fees | 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 |

 

Online Trading For Expats

Online Trading For Expats

Investors Offshore Editorial, July 2013, 19 July, 2013

For the domestic investor, the choice of online brokers seems almost endless; for the expat, whose somewhat unusual situation allows for a greater flexibility of investment choice and possible advantages in terms of taxation, the choice seems to be less broad, but is growing by the minute, as onshore brokerages recognise the potential of the expanding 'globetrotting' mass affluent market, and brokers in low-tax jurisdictions recognise the need to provide their clients with up-to-the-minute facilities. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | dividends | currency | Offshore | forex | stock exchanges | investment | United States | regulation | trusts | legislation | offshore | services | retail | banking | internet | fees | tax | stamp duty | trade |

 

Forex for Expats

Forex for Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 18 June, 2013

For some of us the foreign exchange (forex) market is something we only encounter when going on holiday abroad, and many of us will often be heard to grumble that our pound/dollar/euro doesn’t go as far as it used to. However, for expats living or working temporarily overseas, exchanging money from one currency to another is almost an everyday fact of life, and managing currency risk is therefore crucial to ensure that one’s hard-earned income is not gobbled up by volatile exchange rates and transaction costs. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | currency | Offshore | individuals | expatriates | forex | investment | France | Spain | offshore banking | offshore | services | retail | banking | financial services | internet | fees | tax | trade |

 

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Malta

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Malta

Investors Offshore Editorial Team, December, 2012, 07 December, 2012

Malta is an independent nation, having split from the UK in 1964. The Maltese Islands are 100 km south of Sicily, with a population of 409,000; the climate is warm. Malta has a Westminster-style democracy, but has been politically fractious since independence. 15 years of post-colonial adolescent flirtation with Communism and the third world has however been succeeded by a more mature attitude. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Europe | Finance | individuals | investment | Switzerland | Malta | standards | regulation | legislation | law | offshore | European Commission | services | banking | financial services | internet | manufacturing | tonnage tax | tax | tax incentives |

 

 




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