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Up to 400,000 expats living abroad could be adversely affected by UK government proposals to take away their personal tax allowance. Last year, Chancellor George Osborne raised the UK personal tax allowance to £10,000 with a further increase planned in 2015 to £10,500. However, in new proposals under consultation, the Treasury is seeking to abolish […]
In the wake of the Chancellor’s April 2014 Budget the media seized upon the UK pensions shakeup giving retirees more flexibility to invest their pensions as they wish. As a result, the announcement of a review for personal allowances of UK non-residents may well have escaped the notice of the five million Britons living outside […]
Infinity’s Australian Specialist Division is visiting and together with our Hong Kong team will look in depth into the taxation and financial issues facing Aussie expats. Their presentation seminar will provide invaluable information for anyone looking to live, work or retire in Australia, people with financial or other assets Down Under and of course, all […]
If you are an Australian expat in Cambodia you will know that the Aussie government has many rules that impact your financial position. Residency status, capital gains, rules on Superannuation, SMSFs, FIFI workers the list goes on and on. The truth is that if they can tax you they will, but many expats find the […]
As HM Revenue & Customs cracks down on expats claiming non-residency, it is essential to keep detailed records of your trips to the UK. If you live abroad and claim exemption from UK income and capital gains tax according to the Statutory Residency Test, it is crucial that you keep detailed records of visits to […]
Today we are going to take a look at the impact taxes have on retirement savings. Let’s jump straight in by examining some numbers: Compound interest, given time, creates significant growth. If you invest $10,000 at 5%, it will grow to $16,289 after 10 years and $20,789 after 15 years. Jump 25 years after the […]
Time apportionment tax relief is a benefit available to UK expats who may return to the UK in the future. Capital gains made from life assurance portfolio bonds can be liable to a significant tax. However, certain investments, made by UK expats who have returned home, are entitled to a reduction in capital gains tax. […]
Minimising taxes and increasing confidentiality are not the only benefits of setting up an offshore company. Although tax effectiveness is the first and foremost benefit that comes to mind when considering offshore companies, the opportunity to considerably reduce business overheads is also a very attractive bonus. Here are the six key benefits of offshore company […]
The 2012 Australian budget included two significant changes affecting Australian expats: Repeal of the 50% Capital Gains Tax (CGT) discount for Non-Residents Increase in Australian Tax Rates for Non-Residents We have summarised the important details and implications of these budget changes for reference. Repeal of the 50% Capital Gains Discount (CGT) for Non-Residents As of […]
Benjamin Franklin’s old adage “the only things certain in life are death and taxes” is being called in to question – by politicians in the United States. And the answers they come up with on the whole issue of taxation of the American masses looks likely to affect us all…no matter where you live. To […]
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