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Countdown is on to avert 200% UK tax penalties

UK taxpayers with offshore interests have a limited time to ensure they meet British tax obligations or risk costly penalties under new rules.

Expatriates’ rights safeguarded with Brexit breakthrough

A landmark agreement has been reached in Brexit talks to cement citizens’ rights on both sides. What does this mean for expatiates in the EU?

France reforms taxation on investment income and wealth

From 2018 French residents no longer have to pay wealth tax on savings and investments, and investment income benefits from a new tax rate.

Crunch-time for Brexit talks – can we move on?

The EU soon decides whether to move Brexit talks to the next phase. What are the remaining sticking points and implications for expatriates?

Was there anything in the UK Budget for expatriates?

How does the latest UK Budget affect expatriates when it comes to personal tax, savings, property and pensions, and what will change next April?

Five things you may not realise about UK inheritance tax

With UK inheritance tax rates at 40%, expatriates need to understand their position and what can be done to reduce exposure for their heirs.

Investing in UK property: Three common myths busted

Is bricks and mortar really a safe, reliable investment? We explore how investing in UK property fares as an option for British expatriates.

Three changes to UK domicile rules that could cost you money

Rule changes backdated to April 2017 make UK domicile even stickier and could bring expatriates into range for UK taxes more quickly.

Spain-UK double tax treaty

British expatriates need to understand how the Spain-UK double tax treaty affects them. It’s important to know where your taxes are due.

Is this the beginning of the end for low interest rates?

The UK interest rate has risen for the first time in ten years and some estimate it may hit 1% by 2020. What does this mean for your money?

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