Articles And Special Features Tagged 'tax rates'

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 |

 

Singapore - Safe, Sound, And Rewarding for Expats

Singapore - Safe, Sound, And Rewarding for Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 07 October, 2016

Singapore was once again chosen as the world's best place for expat living by HSBC's latest Expat Explorer survey, arguably the most definitive survey of its type. This article runs the rule over South East Asia's thriving "Lion City."... Read Full Article »

Tags: tax information exchange agreement (TIEA) | Tax | Expats | FATCA | individuals | investment | Canada | France | Germany | Hong Kong | Malaysia | Belgium | India | Australia | China | Singapore | services | banking | tax | tax rates | withholding tax |

 

America's Unending Tax Net

America's Unending Tax Net

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 16 March, 2016

With the United States authorities having recently issued new guidance on selected expat tax issues, in this feature we provide a reminder of the tax rules facing expat Americans... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Tax | Expats | FATCA | individuals | self-employment | employees | retirement | Guam | American Samoa | Puerto Rico | United States | Northern Mariana Islands | Samoa | legislation | law | offshore | tax | tax rates | withholding tax | social security |

 

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 |

 

Are We About To Witness The Demise Of The UK Non-Dom?

Are We About To Witness The Demise Of The UK Non-Dom?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 09 April, 2015

The tax status of (usually well-heeled) long-term foreign residents in the United Kingdom hit the headlines again recently as the opposition Labour Party pledged to abolish the non-domicile tax rules if its wins the general election on May 7... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Tax | budget | individuals | entrepreneurs | investment | United Kingdom | trusts | law | offshore trusts | offshore | tax | revenue statistics | tax rates |

 

The Top Ten Low-Tax Locations For Expats

The Top Ten Low-Tax Locations For Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 08 August, 2014

Last month, Expat Briefing reported that The Bahamas was placed top of a list of the best low-tax jurisdictions for expatriate individuals by Bradley Hackford, a company that specializes in relocation for individuals... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | dividends | Tax | Europe | individuals | investment | Andorra | Dubai | Panama | France | Switzerland | Bahamas | Mauritius | Bulgaria | Guernsey | Monaco | legislation | tax | tax rates | stamp duty |

 

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 |

 

Singapore Focus

Singapore Focus

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 01 November, 2013

Recently rated as the safest place in the world for expats raising children, Singapore is one of the most popular expat destinations in Asia and the subject of this briefing. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Europe | budget | individuals | employees | investment | Japan | Indonesia | Malaysia | India | Singapore | trusts | services | banking | environment | education | tax | tax rates | withholding tax | stamp duty |

 

Gibraltar: Focussing on the Rock

Gibraltar: Focussing on the Rock

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 11 September, 2013

On occasion, the Spanish authorities can make life quite uncomfortable for the almost 30,000 inhabitants of the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, as was demonstrated visibly in the world’s media earlier this summer. However, with its substantial financial services industry, burgeoning e-commerce sector and attractive tax regimes for skilled employees - not to mention its pleasant Mediterranean climate - the “Rock” still offers opportunities for expat workers to advance their careers while saving tax and getting a sun tan. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | treasury management | Tax | Europe | individuals | investment | Spain | Gibraltar | Russia | trusts | law | offshore | services | commerce | banking | financial services | insurance | environment | e-commerce | tax | tax rates |

 

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 |

 

 




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