Expat News Tagged 'health care'

Leading Expat Insurance Providers Team Up In France

Leading Expat Insurance Providers Team Up In France

By Hans Esser, for ExpatBriefing.com, 19 September, 2016

MSH International, a leading expatriate insurance provider, has partnered with Alptis group, the second-largest health insurance broker in France, to offer two new healthcare insurance products aimed at French expatriates. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | Insurance | insurance | health care | social security | France | United States | Expat Services | Expats | Health Insurance | Healthcare | Lifestyle | Healthcare | Lifestyle

 

European Healthcare Index Published

European Healthcare Index Published

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com, 29 January, 2015

An independent report on healthcare in 36 European countries has said that consumer and patient rights are improving in Europe, but there is a widening performance gap between wealthy and poor European countries' health facilities. Read full story »

Tags: Western Europe | Belgium | Denmark | Iceland | Netherlands | public health | Estonia | Luxembourg | Norway | health care | Finland | Germany | Italy | Spain | services | Expats | Welfare | Europe | Scotland

 

New Study Looks At Living Standards Worldwide

New Study Looks At Living Standards Worldwide

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com, 06 October, 2014

A new study co-produced by the OECD shows that there have been worldwide improvements in the quality of peoples' lives, despite marked differences in economic opportunities and growth. Read full story »

Tags: Western Europe | gross domestic product (GDP) | Australia | China | health care | education | United States | Expats | Welfare | Europe | North America | Africa | Middle East

 

British Expats Favor Australia, Report Says

British Expats Favor Australia, Report Says

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 22 May, 2014

Eight out of ten British expatriates believe they enjoy a better quality of life living abroad, according to the sixth annual NatWest International Personal Banking Quality of Life Report. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | United Arab Emirates | environment | Portugal | interest | Australia | China | Singapore | health care | education | unemployment | Canada | France | Hong Kong | New Zealand | Spain | Expats | Europe | Banking

 

US Work-Related Retirement Benefits Improving

US Work-Related Retirement Benefits Improving

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 09 May, 2014

The United States's appeal as a place to work and retire has been backed by a recent survey, which found that more US-based employees are now satisfied with their company-sponsored retirement benefits than five years ago. Read full story »

Tags: employees | retirement | health care | United States | services | Expats | Working Abroad | Work | Working Abroad | Working Abroad

 

ACA Urges Congress To Adopt  Residence-Based Taxation

ACA Urges Congress To Adopt Residence-Based Taxation

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 10 March, 2014

American Citizens Abroad has provided testimony to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Permanent Investigations Subcommittee following its recent hearing on offshore tax evasion, and has recommended that the United States should implement a residence-based tax system to avoid penalizing American expatriates. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | compliance | Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) | tax | investment | pensions | tax compliance | FATCA | law | banking | retirement | tax credits | enforcement | Health tax | offshore | health care | legislation | gift tax | United States | tax reform | exit tax | Compliance | Expats | Tax

 

IRS Publishes Updated 'Tax Guide For Aliens'

IRS Publishes Updated 'Tax Guide For Aliens'

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 07 February, 2014

The Internal Revenue Service has released a revised United States Tax Guide for Aliens, providing guidance for resident and nonresident aliens for use in preparing their 2013 tax returns, and, in particular, how to determine their residence status and what information they need to file those returns. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | compliance | tax | investment | business | real-estate investment | tax compliance | law | real-estate | employees | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | tax authority | health care | self-employment | legislation | withholding tax | United States | tax breaks | dividends | individual income tax | Employment | Expats | Healthcare | Investment | Invest | Healthcare | Investment | Tax

 

Call To Cut Double Taxation Of Americans Resident Abroad

Call To Cut Double Taxation Of Americans Resident Abroad

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 09 December, 2013

American Citizens Abroad has written to the United States Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, and other interested stakeholders in the Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service and Congress, calling for a correction to "what appears to be a drafting oversight in the preparation of the Affordable Care Act that leads to double taxation of Americans resident abroad." Read full story »

Tags: individuals | Insurance | tax | investment | law | entrepreneurs | trusts | tax credits | agreements | health care | self-employment | legislation | tax rates | social security | United States | regulation | individual income tax | Expats | Investment | Invest | Investment | Tax

 

Spanish Hospital Waiting Times Reach Highest Levels

Spanish Hospital Waiting Times Reach Highest Levels

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 29 August, 2013

New figures released by Spain's Ministry of Health show that patients seeking non-urgent operations at public hospitals during December 2012 had to wait on average 100 days, up from 76 days in the preceding June, representing the longest waiting period since records began in 2004. Read full story »

Tags: health care | Spain | Expats | Healthcare | Healthcare

 

UK Government Consults On Migrant Health Levy

UK Government Consults On Migrant Health Levy

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 09 July, 2013

The UK has launched a consultation into plans to "tighten up on who is entitled to free NHS treatment" by introducing a "migrant health levy" on temporary migrants from outside the European Economic Area. Read full story »

Tags: Insurance | tax | United Kingdom | Health tax | health care | Expats | Health Insurance | Healthcare | Healthcare

 

 




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