Expats

The list below is a collection of articles that refer to, mention or discuss Expats or Expatriate

Providence

Providence

Providence recognises that while the life of expats is fluid and without borders, their finances are often shackled by geography. While expats have the freedom

Tax Day 2021

What Tax Day 2021 Means For Expats

Expats with second homes in the UK are likely to see their tax bills rise with government plans to close a lucrative tax loophole that

Man holding his head worried about money and tax in South Africa

SA Expat Tax & SARS VDP Explained

Where you live is not always the place where you pay your taxes, especially if you are a South African expat. Tax residence is not

QROPS List

QROPS List – February 15, 2021

Australia has seen the most QROPS changes – with 48 new QROPS added and one removed according to the HM Revenue & Customs official QROPS List.

Tax and Covid

Expat UK Tax Residence And COVID-19

COVID-19 is having a potential unforeseen tax consequence on expats whose travel plans are disrupted as government close borders and impose self-isolation periods. The travel

QROPS List

QROPS List – January 15, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have left the market for offshore expat pensions unaffected. New pensions are added to the Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme

Expat Wills

Brexit And EU Expats With A UK Will

Understanding expat tax can be complicated and although residence determines where taxes are paid, the vague definition of domicile comes into play for inheritance tax

FATCA

FATCA List – January 2021

As US President Donald Trump packs his possessions and readies to leave the White House, among many of his broken promises was a pledge to

QROPS List

QROPS List – November 15, 2020

The United States is the first country to lose QROPS status for more than a year as two offshore expat pensions were delisted. The Qualifying

Capital Gains Tax high lighter pen

CGT Change Signalled For Expat Landlords

Expat landlords and second home owners with property in the UK could become major losers if Chancellor Rishi Sunak overhauls how capital gains tax is