Swiss voters reject proposed Tax Reform

By |Living|

On 12th of February 2017, Switzerland held a referendum  federal bill on Corporate Tax Reform III proposed by the government in 2016. The aim of the reform was to bring

Brussels does not like dancing!!

By |Living|

Brussels Municipality has adopted and enforced tax on ‘usual dancing parties’, which has immediately been called ‘one of Europe’s more obscure fiscal levies’. As result, owners of cafés, bars, and

Rich Belgians massively move to Switzerland

By |Living|

Belgium witnesses a new emigration tendency. Over the last few years, an increasing number of rich Belgian citizens decided to leave the country and relocate to more tax-friendly jurisdictions, such

Golden Visa In Cyprus

By |In The Spotlight Home, Living|

In 2016, the Cypriot government revised the laws governing the Golden Visa Program, i.e., a governmental program that allows non-EU citizens who invest in the country to obtain permanent residence

How to arrange a will in Dubai?

By |Living|

A will is a document which explains the manner in which a person’s property will be distributed after his/her death. Deceased’s family members, friends, organisations, and public institutions are the

Citizenship by Investment in Cyprus

By |Living|

In order to boost foreign investment and attract high net worth entrepreneurs, the government of Cyprus has introduced an incentive that allows individuals to obtain Cypriot citizenship in exchange for

Inheritance Taxation in Bulgaria Extremely Low

By |Doing business international, Living|

Bulgarian citizens who inherit property worldwide and foreign individuals who inherit movable and immovable property located in Bulgaria are subject to Bulgarian inheritance tax. Inheritance taxation in Bulgaria is governed

A report reveals the countries with lowest and highest rates of property transfer tax

By |Living|

The Australian accountancy association UHY Haines Norton has recently published a report indicating the countries with the highest and the lowest property transfer taxes. The association examined 26 countries, including

European Commission proposes new property regime for international couples

By |Living|

On 2nd of March 2016, the European Commission presented a new proposal regarding the division of joint property of international married couples and registered partnerships. The proposed regime aims to

The New EU Succession Rules

By |Living|

The new EU Regulation No 650/2012 came into force in 2015 in order to simplify and harmonize the legislation related to succession and wills within the EU. The Regulation aims