Articles And Special Features Tagged 'multinationals'

What's Tax Reform Ever Done For US Expats?

What's Tax Reform Ever Done For US Expats?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 06 February, 2018

While the United States tax code is subject to frequent legislative and regulatory change, the plight of the estimated 8 million Americans living and working overseas, who generally remain in... Read Full Article »

Tags: small business | business | multinationals | Tax | inflation | budget | FATCA | Compliance | Citizenship | individuals | retirement | investment | United States | Eritrea | legislation | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | mining | tax | tax avoidance | tax reform | gift tax |

 

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 |

 

How To Boost Your Income And Quality of Life: Move To Singapore!

How To Boost Your Income And Quality of Life: Move To Singapore!

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 13 October, 2015

Recently rated as the best place in the world for expat living overall, the thriving city-state of Singapore is the subject of this special feature... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | multinationals | Tax | Europe | individuals | investment | Japan | Canada | Malaysia | Belgium | India | Australia | China | Singapore | services | banking | financial services | environment | tax | tax rates | withholding tax |

 

US Corporate Tax Reform: Dead or Alive?

US Corporate Tax Reform: Dead or Alive?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 21 May, 2014

No, it wasn't some kind of April fool's joke. April 1, 2014, really was the second anniversary of the United States having the dubious distinction of possessing the highest total corporate tax rate among member countries... Read Full Article »

Tags: accounting | small business | business | interest | multinationals | dividends | Tax | individuals | investment | Japan | United States | United Kingdom | legislation | law | Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) | services | tax | tax reform | tax rates | tax breaks | individual income tax |

 

South Africa's New Immigration Regulations: A Change for the Better or an Own Goal?

South Africa's New Immigration Regulations: A Change for the Better or an Own Goal?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 24 March, 2014

The South African Government claims that proposed new immigration regulations will be an improvement on the existing rules. However, some fear that the new regulations are being rushed through with inadequate consultation... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | multinationals | Immigration | Regulations | Work | Study | Retire | Africa | Immigration | individuals | Construction | investment | South Africa | regulation | legislation | law | services | mining | education | trade |

 

 




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