Articles And Special Features Tagged 'tax credits'

Italy Focus

Italy Focus

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 22 September, 2017

Following our last feature on the Netherlands 30 percent ruling for expat workers, this week we look at Italy, which has recently introduced a special tax regime for non-domiciled individuals, as the country seeks to capitalize on... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Tax | Europe | Other | Western Europe | Citizenship | individuals | Austria | France | Italy | Switzerland | Netherlands | Slovenia | Albania | law | services | food | tax credits | tax | tax rates | withholding tax |

 

The Netherlands 30 Percent Ruling

The Netherlands 30 Percent Ruling

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 11 September, 2017

In this feature, we look at the benefits and the terms and conditions of the Dutch "30 percent ruling," a special tax regime for expatriate workers designed to alleviate the financial burden of moving and working in a foreign country... Read Full Article »

Tags: Tax | Europe | Western Europe | self-employment | employees | Japan | Canada | France | Germany | Indonesia | Belgium | Netherlands | Suriname | Jersey | United Kingdom | services | marine | food | tax credits | tax | trade |

 

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 11 April, 2014

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is feted by its exponents as the most significant achievement of the administration of President Barack Obama so far, yet the legislation, which has serious financial implications... Read Full Article »

Tags: audit | business | Tax | individuals | employees | United States | standards | regulation | penalties | legislation | court | law | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | insurance | health care | tax credits | fees | 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 |

 

Singapore: Asia's Business Epicenter

Singapore: Asia's Business Epicenter

Sponsored by Rikvin, 22 June, 2012

Located in South East Asia, Singapore is a highly developed and successful free market economy which enjoys an open and corruption-free environment, stable prices, a low tax regime and a per capita GDP equal to that of most parts of Western Europe. Read Full Article »

Tags: double tax agreement (DTA) | company formation | Tax | stock exchanges | investment | Singapore | trusts | offshore banking | asset protection | offshore trusts | offshore | offshore company formation | marine | banking | tax credits | corporation tax | tax | capital gains tax (CGT) | tax incentives | individual income tax |

 

 




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