Articles And Special Features Tagged 'budget'

Non-Financial Alternative Investments

Non-Financial Alternative Investments

by Investors Offshore editorial staff, March 2013, 15 March, 2013

The ideal tax shelter traditionally turned income into capital without taxation. Such mythical beasts used to exist in no-tax offshore jurisdictions, but they were not usually to be found in high-tax countries, and when sighted were rapidly hunted down by heavily armed tax inspectors. Read Full Article »

Tags: audit | business | interest | inflation | budget | retirement | stock exchanges | investment | alternative investment | Panama | Brazil | Hong Kong | New Zealand | Spain | United States | Ireland | Australia | China | Mexico | offshore | tax |

 

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Hong Kong

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Hong Kong

by Investors Offshore editorial staff, March 2013, 01 March, 2013

In geographical terms, the peninsula and collection of islands in south eastern China which make up the territory of Hong Kong are a little over 400 square miles in size, but in economic terms, the former British colony, which in 1997 was handed back to greater China, packs a serious punch on the world stage and can claim to be the globe’s third largest financial centre after New York and London, and the ninth largest economy in the world. Read Full Article »

Tags: private equity | business | currency | budget | individuals | investment | Cuba | Japan | Afghanistan | Hong Kong | Australia | China | Taiwan | law | offshore | services | banking | financial services | tax | stamp duty | trade |

 

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 |

 

 




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