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Expat Americans given one-year business tax reprieve

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 05 Jun 2018

Expatriate Americans have been given a one-year reprieve from an unexpected levy on their overseas business interests, in what many hope is a sign that Congress will…

UK advisers jailed as part of £2.4m fake F1 film tax scam

By: Gary Robinson | 05 Jun 2018

A UK financial adviser, insurance consultant and a City trader have been jailed for a total of eight years in a £2.4m tax scam relating to a…

Withers appointed by BVI Government to advise on public register challenge

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 04 Jun 2018

International law firm Withers has been engaged by the government of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) to advise on a legal challenge to any attempt by the…

VIDEO: Special report on The Bahamas financial services industry

By: Gary Robinson | 01 Jun 2018

In this special video report – in conjunction with the Bahamas Financial Services Board – International Investment visited this sun-kissed jurisdiction and met with The Bahamas Financial Services Minister…

‘Unprecedented’ EU intermediaries tax change delays expected: KPMG

By: Gary Robinson | 29 May 2018

The latest amendments to the directive on administrative cooperation in the field of taxation (DAC 6), which introduce mandatory disclosure requirements for tax intermediaries, have been formally…

HMRC unveils pension freedoms tax simplification move

By: Gary Robinson | 25 May 2018

The UK’s Office of Tax Simplification has today published a review entitled ‘Savings Income: Routes to Simplification’, designed to help people understand taxation surrounding pension freedoms. One of the…

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Pensions campaigner urges int’l IFAs to ‘stop bitching’

By: Gary Robinson | 22 May 2018

Pension scams campaigner Angie Brooks has hit out at international IFA groups urged them to “stop bitching about each other” and all get behind the campaign to…

UK gov’t plans to extend offshore assessment to 12 years slammed

By: Gary Robinson | 18 May 2018

UK government plans to extend the time limits for assessing cases involving offshore tax matters to 12 years have been criticised by accountants. The UK government announced…

Bahrain MPs vote against new expat taxes, bucking regional trend

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 10 May 2018

Lawmakers in Bahrain have resisted two attempts to make expatriates pay new taxes for owning cars and for sending money home. A draft law submitted by MPs…

Zedra acquires Malta-based fiduciary firm

By: Gary Robinson | 08 May 2018

Zedra has acquired Quaestum Corporate Management Ltd, an independent financial services and corporate management firm based in Malta. The global independent specialist in trust, corporate and fund services acquisition said…

Appleby agrees to drop Paradise Papers litigation against BBC and Guardian

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 08 May 2018

Appleby, the offshore law firm at the centre of last November’s media storm surrounding the so-called Paradise Papers, has dropped its legal action against the BBC and…

MPs seeking to force Crown Dependencies into public ownership registries

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 03 May 2018

Just days after Britain’s House of Commons voted through its controversial amendment to the anti-money laundering bill, which will force the country’s overseas territories (BOTs) to disclose…

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