UAE out of the EU blacklist!

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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

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

Meet us at Affiliate World Asia

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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.

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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

New Dutch Tax Plans

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After long political discussions and negotiations, four major Dutch political parties reached an agreement and formed a coalition. The new Dutch government will likely be presented to the public on

Gibraltar introduces a legal framework for cryptocurrency businesses

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Introduction Regulation, use, and taxation of cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, are topics that receive an increasing interest among businesses and regulatory authorities. Despite their speculative and risky nature, the number

Costa Rica: interesting for asset protection and tax purposes?

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Costa Rica is an attractive investment destination in Latin America for many reasons, including successful economic performance, social achievements, and stable fiscal environment. The most significant feature of the current

Is the Netherlands a tax haven?

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According to a recent report entitled “Tax Battles: the dangerous global race to the bottom on corporate tax” that has been released by Oxfam International, five European countries fall within

Can the taxman identify owners of cryptocurrencies?

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Capital gains obtained through transactions using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies gradually become subject to taxation in more and more countries all over the world. Taxable persons in those countries are

Bitcoin taxation in the developed countries

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In the recent years, there has been a steady increase of the use of virtual currencies (e.g., Ethereum, Peercoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, and Bitcoin). Nowadays, they are widely used not only