BVI cracks down on tax evading expats

Pedro Gonçalves
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Tax dodging expats in the British Virgin Islands will be hit with hefty penalties as the local government is gearing to reform of the territory's Immigration and Labour policies. "We are aware of instances of work permits being renewed, but their Social Security, National Health Insurance and taxes are not being paid. We are moving to ensure that this is discontinued with violators facing heavy penalties," said premier Andrew Fahie. "This is important to enforce, in order to ensure secu...

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