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Non Resident Landlord Scheme Explained for Expats

The UK Non-Resident Landlord Scheme (NRLS) is the way HM Revenue & Customs collects tax on rents from property owners who spend...

OECD Explained

The Organisation of Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) is a forum for the governments of 37 developed countries to discuss economic and...

QROPS List – June 1, 2020

The number of Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) across 28 countries has hit 1,917 – with 13 opening during the past...

FATCA List – June 2020

The US Internal Revenue Service’s list of foreign financial institutions (FFI) reporting under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) increased by 1,854...

Difference Between Residence and Domicile

For British expats, their residence and domicile determine how much tax they are likely to pay, both in the country where they...

Coronavirus Fears Spark Surge In People Making Wills

Fear as the deadly coronavirus outbreak spreads has prompted a huge surge in the number of expats wanting to make a will. Demand for wills...

Emergency Coronavirus Will Signed Through Windows

Lawyers are ready to tackle a rising demand for emergency wills during the coronavirus crisis. Firms across the country report a rising demand from worried...

Inheritance Nightmare For A Dream Home

Expats are caught in the web of cross-border tax when they make the choice to live outside the country where they were born. Buying a...

Flamboyant Funerals Push Up The Cost Of Dying

Funerals are becoming a lot more flamboyant - pushing up the price of a burial or cremation by more than £2,000 in a year. With...

UAE Expat Wills Can Be Costly And Confusing

Non-Muslim expats in the United Arab emirates are urged to draft a will to avoid tying up their estates in Sharia law - but...

How To Give Cash To Grandchildren And Minimise Tax

Kind-hearted grandparents are keen to find ways to help their grandchildren financially. Their plans range from gifting property and large sums of money to tax...

What Happens To Your QROPS When You Die?

What happens to any money left in a QROPS pension when you die is an important question for many expats. QROPS are offshore pensions for...

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Non Resident Landlord Scheme Explained for Expats

The UK Non-Resident Landlord Scheme (NRLS) is the way HM Revenue & Customs collects tax on rents from property owners who spend...

OECD Explained

The Organisation of Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) is a forum for the governments of 37 developed countries to discuss economic and...

QROPS List – June 1, 2020

The number of Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) across 28 countries has hit 1,917 – with 13 opening during the past...