Expat News Tagged 'tax thresholds'

UK Property Tax Reforms To Boost Housing Market

UK Property Tax Reforms To Boost Housing Market

By Robert Lee, Tax-News.com, London, 05 January, 2015

The changes to the UK stamp duty regime announced in December's Autumn Statement may help stimulate domestic housing market activity, according to the Nationwide Building Society. Read full story »

Tags: tax | banking | real-estate | United Kingdom | tax thresholds | tax rates | stamp duty | revenue statistics | tax reform | Expats | Investment | Invest | Investment | Tax | Scotland

 

Switzerland To Modify Income Withholding Tax Regime

Switzerland To Modify Income Withholding Tax Regime

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 18 December, 2013

The Swiss Federal Council has launched a consultation on plans to revise the levying of withholding tax at source on income derived from "lucrative" activity. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | compliance | tax | law | employees | tax thresholds | withholding tax | Switzerland | tax breaks | individual income tax | Expats | Europe

 

IRS Issues Updated Tax Guide for US Expatriates

IRS Issues Updated Tax Guide for US Expatriates

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 12 December, 2013

The Internal Revenue Service has released the 2013 update to Publication 54, the guide that discusses the special tax rules for United States citizens and resident aliens who work abroad or who have income earned in foreign countries. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | compliance | tax | tax compliance | retirement | tax thresholds | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | self-employment | withholding tax | United States | individual income tax | Expats | Other

 

US Lawyers Look At International Tax Reforms For Individuals

US Lawyers Look At International Tax Reforms For Individuals

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 06 December, 2013

The Taxation Section of the American Bar Association has written a letter to the United States Congress containing a description of options for the reform of international tax provisions for individual taxpayers. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | compliance | Finance | tax | tax compliance | law | tax thresholds | legislation | withholding tax | United States | tax reform | penalties | Expats | Tax

 

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

 

Hong Kong Reduces Taxes To Support Growth

Hong Kong Reduces Taxes To Support Growth

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 02 February, 2012

Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary, John C Tsang, has unveiled a 2012/13 Budget which proposes a wide range of tax concessions aimed at supporting businesses and individuals, who face a possible global economic slowdown. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | tax | economics | business | fiscal policy | gross domestic product (GDP) | budget | corporation tax | tax thresholds | fees | offshore | small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) | social security | Hong Kong | revenue statistics | individual income tax

 

Cable Keeps UK Mansion Tax On The Agenda

Cable Keeps UK Mansion Tax On The Agenda

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 24 January, 2012

A mansion tax is a 'very good idea', the UK Business Secretary Vince Cable has said, calling for the levy to be introduced in the upcoming Budget. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | tax | investment | real-estate investment | property tax | real-estate | United Kingdom | tax thresholds | tax reform | individual income tax

 

UK Tax 'Drives Away Wealth Creators'

UK Tax 'Drives Away Wealth Creators'

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 28 November, 2011

The UK faces a lost generation of wealth creators, with the 50% top rate of income tax set to push them away and cost the economy billions, a new report has said. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | tax | investment | economics | pensions | value added tax (VAT) | fiscal policy | entrepreneurs | employees | retirement | international financial centres (IFC) | United Kingdom | tax thresholds | professionals | self-employment | individual income tax

 

Diageo Boss Decries UK 50% Tax

Diageo Boss Decries UK 50% Tax

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 25 October, 2011

Chief executive of Diageo, Paul Walsh, has criticized the UK's 50% income tax rate on top earners, stating that the rate was detrimental to Britain’s economy and indicating that his company may relocate to a jurisdiction with less severe taxation. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | tax | business | United Kingdom | tax thresholds | tax rates | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | tax reform | HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) | individual income tax

 

No Benefit For Expats In China's Income Tax Changes

No Benefit For Expats In China's Income Tax Changes

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 02 August, 2011

Immediately following news that the personal income tax threshold was to be raised in China, it was also confirmed that expatriates working in the country will not obtain any benefit from it. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | tax | investment | law | China | tax thresholds | tax rates | individual income tax

 

 




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