More People Renounce US Citizenship to Avoid Taxes

During the first half of 2013 alone, the number of people who formally renounced their American citizenship reached 1,809, topping the previous annual high of 1,781 set in 2011. If this trend continues, 2013 will have more than double the national record for renunciations in a single year. Tax professionals point to the IRS’s crackdown […]

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Residency and citizenship

Resident status of individuals and legal entities plays an important role in the activity, as it was in the country of residence you must pay taxes. Each jurisdiction the right to develop and implement its tax policy and rates of direct and indirect taxes. The criteria for resident status may vary by country, but usually […]

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Residency vs. Citizenship and Domiciliation

It is important to investigate an issue of a corporate entity or private person’s country of residence, as it is directly related to the jurisdiction to which an entity is fiscally connected, thus being liable to pay taxes. There are particular rules on income tax, corporate tax, capital gains tax, gift tax, withholding tax, custom […]

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Dealing With Law Enforcement Officials

Admit it or not, people have a love-hate relationship with law enforcement officers. This is probably a universal thing, as throughout most cultures around the globe the role that the police play in society is somewhat of a necessary undesirable. We need law enforcers to secure our communities from actual criminal elements but we want […]

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