Expat News Tagged 'regulation'

US Expats Seek Relief From Transition Tax

US Expats Seek Relief From Transition Tax

By Hans Esser, for Expatbriefing.com, 29 March, 2018

Two organizations representing the interests of US citizens living abroad have warned the US Treasury Department that the transition tax included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act could place unfair tax and administrative burdens on expats with small businesses. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | compliance | tax | small business | business | interest | United States | regulation | penalties | Expats | Tax

 

Taiwan Announces Perks For Skilled Foreign Expats

Taiwan Announces Perks For Skilled Foreign Expats

By Haruna Kobayashi, for ExpatBriefing.com, 13 November, 2017

Taiwan's Government has approved a 50 percent tax cut for overseas workers as part of its plan to attract more foreign talent to the country. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | tax | insurance | retirement | Taiwan | professionals | social security | regulation | Employment | Expats | Work | Recruitment | Professionals

 

Czech Republic, Germany Bottom Of  'Nanny State' Index

Czech Republic, Germany Bottom Of 'Nanny State' Index

By Hans Esser, for Expatbriefing.com, 23 May, 2017

For those who smoke and drink alcohol, Germany and the Czech Republic are the EU states that offer the lightest regulations and taxes, while Finland, the UK, and Ireland charge the most prohibitive taxes, says a new report. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | tax | Ireland | food | Czech Republic | Finland | Germany | regulation | Expats | Healthcare | Working Abroad | Europe | Work | Working Abroad | Lifestyle | Healthcare | Lifestyle | Working Abroad

 

US Expats Urge 'Same Country' FATCA Exemption

US Expats Urge 'Same Country' FATCA Exemption

By by Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com, Washington, 15 August, 2016

American Citizens Abroad has advocated the inclusion of a "Same Country Exemption" in the final Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act regulations, soon to be issued by the US Treasury Department. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | compliance | Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) | tax | tax compliance | FATCA | law | banking | United States | regulation | services | Compliance | Expats | Tax

 

 

 

EU Expats To Benefit From Succession Law Changes

EU Expats To Benefit From Succession Law Changes

By Fernand Gagnier, for ExpatBriefing.com, 12 August, 2015

Expats in the EU will soon benefit from standardized inheritance laws, making the issue of succession far simpler for many. Read full story »

Tags: law | legislation | France | regulation | Expats | Investment | Property Investment | Working Abroad | Work | Invest | Working Abroad | Lifestyle | Investment | Lifestyle | Working Abroad

 

Dubai To Cap Health Care Price Rises

Dubai To Cap Health Care Price Rises

By Dex Tennyson, for ExpatBriefing.com, 27 November, 2014

From next year, new regulations will prevent the cost of private healthcare in Dubai from rising faster than inflation. Read full story »

Tags: regulation | Dubai | Expats | Healthcare | Healthcare

 

South Africa Explains Birth Certificate Immigration Requirement

South Africa Explains Birth Certificate Immigration Requirement

By Dex Tennyson, for ExpatBriefing.com, 29 September, 2014

South Africa's Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has explained the impact on foreigners of a new rule that requires the parents of all minors traveling to or from the country to furnish an "unabridged" birth certificate. Read full story »

Tags: South Africa | regulation | Expats | Immigration | Travel | Visas and Passports | Welfare | Africa | Immigration

 

Report Tracks Availability Of Banking Services Worldwide

Report Tracks Availability Of Banking Services Worldwide

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com, 18 September, 2014

Standard Chartered, a bank, has released a new report that looks at 30 countries' efforts to improve residents' access to banking services. The report presents a heatmap of how the countries fare based on 12 indicators of inclusion, including access to ATM machines, payments made by credit or debit card, savings, and the uptake of loans. Read full story »

Tags: Pakistan | Niger | Nigeria | banking | financial services | Singapore | Thailand | Bangladesh | Brazil | Canada | Egypt | Germany | Hong Kong | Indonesia | Kenya | Malaysia | Uganda | regulation | retail | Ghana | Vietnam | services | Expats | Africa | Middle East | Lifestyle | Lifestyle

 

 




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