Articles And Special Features Tagged 'tax incentives'

Malta And Its Expat Tax And Residence Schemes

Malta And Its Expat Tax And Residence Schemes

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 18 September, 2017

Little more than two or three hours flying time from most places in Europe, Malta has an average of 300 days of sunshine each year, temperatures of between 14°C in winter and 32°C in summer... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Investment | Europe | Invest | Investment | individuals | investment | Switzerland | Iceland | Malta | Liechtenstein | Norway | law | services | banking | financial services | insurance | gambling | fees | tax | tax incentives |

 

Malta: The Small Island With Big Expat Popularity

Malta: The Small Island With Big Expat Popularity

Contributed by M Meilak and Associates, 30 September, 2015

After introducing its Individual Investor Program in 2014, Malta now has an extensive array of special incentives schemes designed to encourage skilled and well-heeled expats to take up residence in the country... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Tax | Europe | Invest | individuals | investment | Iceland | Malta | Ecuador | Liechtenstein | Mexico | Norway | law | offshore | tax authority | commerce | insurance | e-commerce | fees | tax | tax incentives |

 

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 |

 

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 |

 

Venture Capital Review

Venture Capital Review

by Investors Offshore editorial staff, April 2013, 02 April, 2013

In the common imagination there are a lot of myths surrounding the venture capital industry. Probably the biggest mistake people make is to confuse venture capital with private equity, and to use the two terms interchangeably. While it is true that the venture capital is in essence a form of private equity, the former is only one part of the wider private equity industry, and the investment techniques used are quite distinct. Read Full Article »

Tags: holding company | private equity | business | interest | Europe | individuals | employees | equity investment | venture capital | investment | Malaysia | United States | Australia | Israel | Singapore | United Kingdom | legislation | European Commission | services | environment | tax | tax incentives |

 

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 |

 

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 |

 

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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