Articles And Special Features Tagged 'budget'

Buying UK Property Just Got Tougher For Expats

Buying UK Property Just Got Tougher For Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 21 May, 2014

If you are an expatriate or international property buyer, securing a UK mortgage has become more difficult as a result of the mortgage market review, with a new set of regulations being implemented by the Financial... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | budget | Expats | Offshore | retirement | regulation | insurance | internet | food | tax | trade |

 

Pension Sustainability - The Demographic Time Bomb

Pension Sustainability - The Demographic Time Bomb

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 14 April, 2014

As reported on expatbriefing.com on April 7, 2014, the degree to which public pension systems are sustainable in the long-term now varies significantly from country to country according to a report by Allianz, the Munich-based... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Pensions | Europe | budget | Expats | Pensions | retirement | pensions | Japan | Brazil | Greece | Sweden | Netherlands | Australia | Norway | Thailand | United Kingdom | services | health care | tax | social security |

 

Is The Middle East Turning Its Back On Expats?

Is The Middle East Turning Its Back On Expats?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 17 March, 2014

In recent decades, countries in the Middle East and the Gulf have tended to welcome foreign workers with open arms, and the millions of expats who have worked and lived there have contributed substantially to economic growth in... Read Full Article »

Tags: accounting | business | Tax | Europe | North America | Middle East | budget | unemployment | Expats | expatriates | professionals | employees | Dubai | Oman | India | Kuwait | Saudi Arabia | Bahrain | Qatar | fees | tax |

 

Envelopes And Oligarchs: UK Property Taxes To Deter Foreign Buyers?

Envelopes And Oligarchs: UK Property Taxes To Deter Foreign Buyers?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 07 February, 2014

For non-residents, one of the main attractions of property investment in the United Kingdom was that traditionally, it could be done mostly free from taxation. All this seems to be changing as a result of recent government measures... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Tax | budget | individuals | investment | Cyprus | France | Germany | Greece | Hong Kong | Ireland | China | Singapore | United Kingdom | trusts | legislation | tax | inheritance tax | property tax | tax avoidance | stamp duty |

 

Britain Open For Business?

Britain Open For Business?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 17 December, 2013

Since coming to power in 2010, the ‘Con-Lib’ coalition has laid down the welcome mat for wealthy foreigners, especially those likely to contribute to the UK’s future economic growth. However, despite the oft-repeated mantra that Britain is “open for business,” new research suggests that the Government is as much interested in the benefits expats bring to HM Treasury as the wider economy. Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | compliance | business | interest | Tax | Invest | budget | individuals | employees | hedge funds | investment | law | offshore | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | banking | insurance | tax compliance | tax | property tax | tax avoidance | stamp duty |

 

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 |

 

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 |

 

Heading For The Brexit? Yet Another Worry For British Expats

Heading For The Brexit? Yet Another Worry For British Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 09 July, 2013

Many British expatriates living in the European Union have financial worries enough on their plates at present, what with the weak pound having eroded the value of salaries and pensions, economic instability depressing property values and cash-strapped eurozone governments dreaming up new ways to tax them. Talk of the United Kingdom exiting the EU within the next few years is probably the last thing they want to hear. Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | interest | Pensions | budget | Pensions | expatriates | employees | retirement | pensions | France | Germany | Spain | Switzerland | Ireland | United Kingdom | legislation | law | offshore | services | environment | tax | social security |

 

St Vincent & The Grenadines

St Vincent & The Grenadines

Investors Offshore Editorial, July 2013, 05 July, 2013

Whilst the Caribbean state of St Vincent and the Grenadines is probably best known as a tourist destination and hideaway for the well-heeled, the former British colony is also emerging as a well governed and regulated financial jurisdiction to rival the more prominent offshore finance centres in the region. Read Full Article »

Tags: accounting | agreements | business | interest | licensing | budget | Finance | investment | Barbados | Canada | standards | law | offshore | services | construction | banking | financial services | insurance | tax | property tax | stamp duty |

 

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 |

 

 




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