Iven De Hoon

About Iven De Hoon

Iven De Hoon wrote a number of books and articles on taxation. His trademark is a smooth, open style. Even the toughest subjects become understandable and captivating. Next to asset planning, his biggest passion is international taxation, especially everything offshore. He has, without a doubt, become the offshore specialist of the Benelux.

Types of Investments Needed to Get Residency in Costa Rica

By |Living|

To be able to live in Costa Rica for more than 90 days, you must qualify as well as establish legal residency. There are several ways of getting residency in

Belarus: 0% tax for blockchain companies

By |Doing business international|

Savvy companies who are looking to exploit blockchain technologies or start-ups interested in funding their plans with an initial coin offering (ICO) do well to consider their base of operation.

Belgian tax authorities cannot screen payment cards

By |Doing business international, Living|

On 2nd of February 2018, the court of first instance in Antwerp announced a ruling prohibiting the Belgian investigative tax authority Bijzondere Belastinginspectie (BBI) from obtaining information about payment transactions

Tax Freedom Day in Bulgaria

By |Doing business international|

Bulgaria has one of the earliest Tax Freedom Days in the EU. In 2018, Bulgarians will celebrate this day on 13th of May. It means that a Bulgarian employee has

UAE out of the EU blacklist!

By |Doing business international|

On 23rd of January 2018, the EU finance ministers decided to amend the EU blacklist of non-cooperative jurisdictions, also known as tax havens. The initial list was made available in

Germany: A Surprising Bitcoin Tax Haven

By |Living|

For many investors, 2017 marked the first year they seriously got into Bitcoin. What had been a novelty that was only understood and traded by geeks, barged into the mainstream

The New U.S. Tax System

By |Living, Doing business international|

On 22nd of December 2017, the U.S. president Donald Trump signed a ‘Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’, which introduces the most drastic changes of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code since

Italy: Approved flat taxation of foreign income

By |Living|

In December 2017, the Italian parliament approved a new Italian law which introduced a flat taxation on foreign income generated by new non-domiciled Italian residents. To benefit from the regime,

Meet us at Affiliate World Asia

By |Doing business international|

Want to talk to us in real life? Come to Affiliate World Asia 6 and 7 december and meet us at BOOTH A15. Do you want to: Live abroad? -> Pack

Tax exemption on small cryptocurrency transactions in U.S.

By |Doing business international|

Transactions using cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, receive more and more attention from tax authorities. Some of the developed countries have already introduced laws requiring Bitcoin traders to report their transactions