Articles And Special Features Tagged 'payroll'

China - Where Challenges Are Rewarded

China - Where Challenges Are Rewarded

ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 25 October, 2016

As it continues to internationalize its economy, China is opening up new avenues for highly skilled foreign professionals to take up employment in the country, while state-owned and foreign-invested companies are being encouraged... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | royalties | payroll | dividends | Regulations | Tax | Expats | individuals | professionals | employees | Hong Kong | China | regulation | services | financial services | education | tax | withholding tax | social security | trade |

 

Bermuda: An Expat's Fiscal Paradise

Bermuda: An Expat's Fiscal Paradise

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 15 February, 2016

Bermuda may be small and remote and most famous for the mysterious eponymous "triangle." But it is also one the world's wealthiest places, is blessed with stunning beaches and mild temperatures year round, and is almost completely... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | payroll | dividends | Immigration | Tax | Europe | Work | North America | budget | Immigration | Offshore | FATCA | Canada | Bermuda | law | offshore | services | financial services | insurance | tax | stamp duty |

 

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 |

 

Ireland Guide

Ireland Guide

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 29 November, 2013

Once upon a time, Ireland was a country that people tended to move from rather than to. That all changed with the emergence of the Celtic Tiger economy and, while Ireland has endured some tough times recently, strong foreign investment from the United States in particular means that demand for skilled labour remains strong. In this briefing we give the essential facts about Ireland and run the rule over its work permit rules, which were recently tweaked. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | payroll | Tax | Europe | Work | Other | budget | Employment | individuals | professionals | employees | investment | United States | Ireland | Russia | China | Norway | services | fees | tax | property tax |

 

Personal Tax Review - US Tax Reform

Personal Tax Review - US Tax Reform

By Tax-News.com Editorial, 31 July, 2013

President Obama, when on the campaign trail in 2008, envisaged a dramatically simplified tax system whereby 40 million Americans would be able to complete their tax returns in less than five minutes without the paid help of an accountant. Clearly, this utopian vision of the US tax landscape has failed to come to pass, but as Congress begins to debate comprehensive tax reform in earnest, personal taxpayers struggling to comply with America’s dysfunctional tax system at least have some cause for optimism. Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | interest | payroll | Other | Finance | individuals | investment | United States | penalties | legislation | law | services | education | fees | tax compliance | tax | tax incentives | tax reform | tax rates | individual income tax |

 

America's Widening Tax Net

America's Widening Tax Net

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 23 July, 2013

Expat Americans are already in a uniquely horrible position when it comes to taxation, but under legislation pending in Congress, things could get even more uncomfortable for some of them. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | payroll | Expats | FATCA | Compliance | individuals | expatriates | employees | investment | United States | Belize | Singapore | legislation | law | services | insurance | tax | tax reform | exit tax | withholding tax |

 

Film Finance Review

Film Finance Review

by Investors Offshore editorial staff, April 2013, 26 April, 2013

The financing of films and television series is a risky business. With production costs having soared over the last few years, movies these days can be extremely expensive to make. And yet, despite an impressive cast of A-list stars and the addition of spectacular special effects, there is no guarantee that the latest blockbuster will live up to its expectations at the box office. Indeed, it is not even certain at the development stage of a production whether the finished product will earn its investors a profit at all. Read Full Article »

Tags: payroll | Europe | Africa | budget | individuals | investment | Canada | United States | Belgium | Ireland | South Africa | Australia | United Kingdom | law | European Commission | services | construction | tax credits | tax | tax avoidance | tax incentives | tax breaks | trade |

 

Lowtax Expat Briefing

Lowtax Expat Briefing

By Lowtax Editorial, 22 August, 2012

Countries seeking to boost the quality of their workforce and attract people and certain skills often do so by offering foreign workers tax incentives, such as reduced rates of income tax. However, with many governments battling to turn around deep budget deficits and finding ever more imaginative ways of raising revenues, expats are finding themselves increasingly under attack from revenue-hungry governments and tax inspectors in some countries, and here we summarise some of the more notable developments in expat taxation to have emerged in recent weeks. Read Full Article »

Tags: payroll | budget | individuals | expatriates | employees | investment | France | Spain | Portugal | Cayman Islands | Singapore | law | offshore | tax authority | services | financial services | fees | tax | tax avoidance | tax incentives | withholding tax |

 

 




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