Expat News Tagged 'revenue guidance'

NZ Tweaks 15 Percent Superannuation Tax Option

NZ Tweaks 15 Percent Superannuation Tax Option

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 24 February, 2014

Changes to New Zealand law will provide greater choice to individuals who decide to transfer their foreign superannuation before April 1, 2014. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | tax | investment | pensions | revenue guidance | law | employees | retirement | tax authority | legislation | tax rates | New Zealand | revenue statistics | tax reform | regulation | Expats

 

HMRC Issues Further QROPS Guidance After Judicial Review

HMRC Issues Further QROPS Guidance After Judicial Review

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 16 December, 2013

HM Revenue and Customs has conceded that a list it published relating to Qualifying Recognized Overseas Pension Schemes was misleading until a caveat was added on September 24, 2008, and it has confirmed that it will no longer pursue tax relating to transfers into schemes included on the list before this date where there is no evidence of tax avoidance or evasion. Read full story »

Tags: tax | revenue guidance | United Kingdom | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | Expats | Pensions | Pensions

 

Australia Overhauls Superannuation Tax System

Australia Overhauls Superannuation Tax System

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 08 April, 2013

The current tax treatment of earnings generated by superannuation assets "isn't fair and isn't sustainable," according to the Australian Government. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | compliance | tax | investment | pensions | tax compliance | tax incentives | interest | revenue guidance | retirement | budget | Australia | tax thresholds | tax breaks | revenue statistics | tax reform

 

UK Consults On Definition Of Tax Residence

UK Consults On Definition Of Tax Residence

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 25 June, 2012

The UK government has unveiled the outline of its statutory definition of tax residence, issuing draft legislation that aims at replacing the current uncertain and complicated residence rules with a clear test that makes it simple for the taxpayer to use. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | tax | investment | business | revenue guidance | law | entrepreneurs | United Kingdom | legislation | tax reform

 

Court Backs HMRC In Key UK Residency Case

Court Backs HMRC In Key UK Residency Case

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 20 October, 2011

International businessman Robert Gaines-Cooper has lost his long-running dispute with HM Revenue and Customs, with the UK's highest court ruling in favour of the taxman in a contentious dispute over the interpretation and application of residency guidance. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | court | capital gains tax (CGT) | tax | business | tax avoidance | revenue guidance | law | United Kingdom | offshore | legislation | tax planning | regulation | individual income tax

 

UK Tightens Pension Tax Rules

UK Tightens Pension Tax Rules

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 27 May, 2011

The UK has launched two major new pensions tax policy initiatives, engaging in public consultation over plans to overhaul the rules on employer asset-backed contributions to certain pension schemes, and publishing draft legislation aimed at closing a loophole for UK residents transferring pension savings overseas. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | tax | investment | pensions | offshore pensions | double tax agreement (DTA) | tax avoidance | revenue guidance | retirement | United Kingdom | tax credits | offshore | Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | tax reform | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)

 

Gaines-Cooper Wins Right To Appeal

Gaines-Cooper Wins Right To Appeal

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 17 August, 2010

British-born tax exile Robert Gaines-Cooper has won the right to have his case heard in the UK Supreme Court in what will be the final chapter of a long-running legal battle with the UK tax man over his residence status for tax purposes. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | court | compliance | tax | investment | business | tax compliance | interest | revenue guidance | law | entrepreneurs | United Kingdom | offshore | tax planning | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | individual income tax | Seychelles

 

 



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