Articles And Special Features Tagged 'retirement'

FBAR - What US Persons Need To Know

FBAR - What US Persons Need To Know

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 08 June, 2015

This article outlines what Americans with foreign bank accounts must do to stay on the right side of the law under FBAR, with the June 30 filing deadline approaching fast... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Tax | individuals | retirement | United States | trusts | law | banking | insurance | internet | tax |

 

The General Election & your property in the UK

The General Election & your property in the UK

Provided by Select Property, 24 April, 2015

Find out what's happening to the market and how your property will be affected by the election result... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | inflation | retirement | investment | penalties | tax |

 

US Expat Deadlines 2015

US Expat Deadlines 2015

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 21 April, 2015

As most American expats are no doubt well aware, tax obligations to the United States do not cease once you have crossed the US border. Indeed, the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently reminded American citizens and...
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Tags: interest | Tax | Retire | inflation | currency | individuals | self-employment | retirement | Hong Kong | Puerto Rico | United States | Bahamas | Bermuda | Cayman Islands | Singapore | law | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | services | mining | tax | social security |

 

Expats, pensions and property investment

Expats, pensions and property investment

Provided by Select Property, 10 April, 2015

We live in a modern information age now. Even if you're living thousands of miles away from your country of birth, you're no longer reliant on yesterday's newspapers to tell you of the news back home... Read Full Article »

Tags: Expats | expatriates | retirement | pensions | investment | Cyprus | Portugal | tax authority | tax |

 

Expat Voting Rights

Expat Voting Rights

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 14 August, 2014

Increasingly, expats are being disenfranchised in the land of their birth, either by complex rules which inadvertently make it difficult for some expats to vote or by deliberate restrictions. Unfortunately, the situation... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Pensions | Europe | Work | Pensions | expatriates | retirement | Canada | Hong Kong | Italy | Spain | United States | Australia | United Kingdom | legislation | court | law | services | tax |

 

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 |

 

QNUPS

QNUPS

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 07 March, 2014

Following the recent announcement that Gibraltar is to introduce legislation allowing for something called a QNUPS to be set up in the jurisdiction, this week we take a look at the pros and cons of this highly flexible pension vehicle... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | Tax | Offshore | Capital Gains | Wealth | expatriates | retirement | pensions | investment | Gibraltar | Guernsey | legislation | offshore | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | services | tax | inheritance tax | tax avoidance | tax planning |

 

Health and Life Insurance for Expats

Health and Life Insurance for Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 11 November, 2013

Insurance is one of those things that everyone hopes they'll never need, and as a result, a frightening number choose to bury their heads in the sand, hoping that their luck will hold. However, by far the most sensible solution for those not willing to trust to fate, is to take out some form of insurance, to protect themselves and their dependants should the worst happen. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Europe | individuals | expatriates | employees | retirement | Insurance | investment | Dubai | Afghanistan | Canada | Ireland | Isle of Man | Bahrain | Iraq | Liechtenstein | regulation | law | offshore | insurance | tax |

 

Retirement

Retirement

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 25 October, 2013

Financially, expatriates could be said to be in a uniquely privileged position – if a company chooses to send an employee overseas, it will usually compensate them with higher wages, expenses, and other perks. Expats may also find themselves with greater freedom when it comes to making investment decisions, as they are not usually caught in a restrictive regulatory net in the same way that domestic investors tend to be. However, every silver lining has a cloud, and that cloud, for many expatriates, is retirement planning. Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | interest | Pensions | Retirement | Tax | Europe | Retire | Pensions | Offshore | expatriates | employees | retirement | pensions | investment | penalties | legislation | law | offshore | European Commission | insurance | tax |

 

 




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