Category: Individual Taxation

France’s Wealth Tax Pushes Millionaires Abroad

| 28 Jan 2013 | 1 Comment




The 75% tax on wealth has finally forced the country’s richest man Bernard Arnault out of France. Head of luxury retailer LVMH group, Bernard Arnault has reported his move from France to Belgium in a bid to protect and secure his £5 billion fortune. The depletion of France’s billionaires list is thought to have a […]

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2012 Individual Tax Highlights – “Tax Avoidance and Wealth Tax Remain Hot Topics”

| 19 Dec 2012 | 0 Comments




2012 has been a year of overcoming the severe damages created by the Great Recession. Despite declarations that the economic crisis is over, the aftershocks of the collapse are still being felt across the eurozone, forcing governments to introduce various tax reforms in a bid to stabilize their economies. The fluctuating effects of these income […]

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Tax Free Savings Accounts to help you Build your Future

| 7 Nov 2012 | 0 Comments




The importance of financially securing your future has become even more apparent in recent times due to the ongoing recession and widespread redundancies faced by individuals in the UK and beyond. With redundancies rising and tax rates creeping higher, it is essential that individuals take responsibility for protecting their money and building a financially secure […]

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Top 5 Locations to Register a Private Yacht

| 7 Sep 2012 | 1 Comment




In spite of the economic slowdown, the demand for yacht registrations has been encouraging for shipping registries worldwide. Their efforts to offer individuals flexible conditions and lower registration costs have been fruitful, as yacht owners actively seek the most favorable flag states to register their vessels. The tax benefits of registering in a tax friendly […]

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Practical Ways to Achieve Affluence by Minimizing Your Personal Tax

| 31 Jul 2012 | 0 Comments




Income and investment taxes across the globe are reaching increasingly extortionate rates in light of rising public debts raging across Europe and America. The European sovereign debt crisis has forced many countries to raise their tax rates, whilst other countries are currently in the process of proposing tax hikes. The effect on wealthy individuals is […]

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UK Tax Avoidance Schemes Unfairly Scrutinized

| 29 Jun 2012 | 0 Comments




 The recent bankruptcy of Greece has forced a number of European countries to take measures to increase their tax revenues and stabilize their economies. As the European debt crisis continues to hinder economic growth, the UK government in particular has turned its focus to tax avoidance schemes – scrutinizing the moral obligations of high net […]

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Income Tax Reforms Inevitable as US Presidential Candidates Petition to Combat Rising Debt

| 31 May 2012 | 0 Comments




With US presidential elections looming closer, it is crunch time as both candidates go head-on to win the heart, and vote, of American citizens by introducing their prospective tax reforms to decrease federal deficit. As Obama prepares to take on office for a second term, Romney is unrelenting in his efforts to negate Obama’s success […]

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US Supports Entrepreneurship in a bid to Instigate Economic Growth

| 30 Mar 2012 | 1 Comment




Despite challenging opposition and fierce debate, the proposed Jobs Act has received approval from Congress 6 months after being proposed by President Obama. This act aims to assist individuals with becoming successful entrepreneurs by raising capital and transforming ideas into successful business ventures, in order to instigate economic growth and decrease unemployment. Despite jobless claims […]

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Organized Chaos – Greece Bailout Package Requires Tax Increases

| 29 Feb 2012 | 0 Comments




Prisoner to a 5 year unrelenting recession and odious debt burden, Greece can finally catch its breath after securing their second billon euro bail-out, in as little as 3 years. In order to win the €130bn euro of aid, the Greek government has promised to meet the necessary requirements and enforce further spending cuts, in […]

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Income Tax Loopholes: A Fundamental Technique for Wealthy Americans to Survive Through Recession

| 30 Jan 2012 | 1 Comment




The 2008 financial crisis has left governments striving to rebuild their deteriorated economies and prevent the chances of facing a severe debt crisis. From the outrageous tax reforms that have seen the wealthy being targeted to the impetuous austerity to cut spending, governments around the world are revising their fiscal policies to combat their ever-rising […]

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