Articles And Special Features Tagged 'fees'

UK QROPS - The Expat Pensioner's Flexible Friend

UK QROPS - The Expat Pensioner's Flexible Friend

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 17 June, 2016

For long-term residents of the United Kingdom with plans to retire abroad, QROPS (Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme) provide a neat, tax efficient solution to the problem of pension portability for expats... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | professionals | pensions | investment | Cyprus | Gibraltar | Malta | Australia | Guernsey | United Kingdom | standards | legislation | law | tax authority | services | banking | financial services | fees | tax | inheritance tax |

 

UK Investor Visas

UK Investor Visas

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 20 May, 2016

For a variety of reasons, London is not usually to be found gracing the top end of the numerous league tables which attempt to measure the most attractive location for expats in terms of quality of life... Read Full Article »

Tags: Students | Europe | Invest | Other | Wealth | individuals | investment | Hong Kong | Switzerland | Iceland | China | Liechtenstein | Norway | Singapore | United Kingdom | law | public health | fees |

 

The Turks and Caicos Islands - A Fiscal Paradise 90 Minutes From Miami

The Turks and Caicos Islands - A Fiscal Paradise 90 Minutes From Miami

ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 22 April, 2016

Turks and Caicos, located in the Caribbean Sea, has become the latest British Overseas Territory to have announced plans to improve its work and residence permit regimes recently. Find out more about these sun-kissed... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | Immigration | Tax | Work | currency | Immigration | individuals | employees | United States | Bahamas | Haiti | Jamaica | Turks and Caicos Islands | regulation | law | services | financial services | fees | tax | trade |

 

Citizenship By Investment - St. Lucia Joins The Club

Citizenship By Investment - St. Lucia Joins The Club

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 29 March, 2016

With many small nations hit hard by the financial crisis, and struggling to come to terms with unfavorable currents in the global economy, some are considering all sorts of inventive ways to attract inward investment... Read Full Article »

Tags: accounting | business | Investment | Tax | Europe | Invest | Other | Investment | Citizenship | investment | Martinique | Malta | Saint Lucia | Grenada | regulation | offshore | services | construction | fees | tax | trade |

 

Offshore Companies

Offshore Companies

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 18 January, 2016

The term "offshore" when used to describe a country or territory with very low rates of tax has come to be used almost pejoratively these days. However, in the vast majority of countries, the use of "offshore" companies and bank accounts... Read Full Article »

Tags: company formation | business | Tax | Offshore | expatriates | professionals | retirement | investment | trusts | legislation | law | asset protection | offshore trusts | banking secrecy | offshore | services | banking | financial services | fees | tax |

 

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 |

 

The Bahamas

The Bahamas

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 25 September, 2015

Recently described by its Prime Minster Perry Christie as a country “ripe for investment,” the Bahamas is a byword for tropical paradise and was last year chosen as the best low-tax expat destination by relocation specialists Bradley Hackford... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Investment | Tax | Invest | unemployment | Investment | investment | Bahamas | legislation | offshore | services | commerce | training | insurance | environment | e-commerce | fees | tax | property tax | stamp duty | trade |

 

Dubai Property: Another Bubble?

Dubai Property: Another Bubble?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 27 February, 2015

Dubai's property market was a high profile casualty of the financial crisis. After seven years of rapid real estate price inflation, the bubble burst in 2009 when property prices crashed by around 60 percent... Read Full Article »

Tags: speculation | interest | Tax | Middle East | inflation | investment | Dubai | India | Pakistan | United Arab Emirates | International Monetary Fund (IMF) | fees | tax |

 

Beware The US Expatriation Tax

Beware The US Expatriation Tax

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 13 February, 2015

For those citizens and long-term residents of the United States quitting the country in protest at its increasingly onerous taxes – and recent statistics suggest that there are record numbers of these people – one final tax surprise awaits... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | speculation | interest | Banking | Tax | inflation | Expats | FATCA | Compliance | Citizenship | individuals | expatriates | investment | United States | Singapore | United Kingdom | law | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | services | fees | tax |

 

The UK Investor Visa

The UK Investor Visa

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 19 January, 2015

For a variety of reasons, the United Kingdom is not usually to be found gracing the top end of the numerous league tables which attempt to measure the most attractive location for expats in terms of quality of life. The weather is bad... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | corporate governance | Students | Europe | Invest | Other | currency | individuals | investment | Switzerland | Iceland | Russia | China | Liechtenstein | Norway | United Kingdom | law | public health | fees |

 

 




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