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Expanding into the EEA or UK for the first time

Flag on December 13th, 2022

What are the main considerations when expanding into the European Economic Area (EEA) or the UK for the first time? We have created a checklist of the top 10 considerations for a business taking its first steps in the EEA or UK. Tax and social security Hiring staff Expatriates Check Immigration rules How to incentivise […]

5 things foreign employers should know about the French inbound expatriate regime

Flag on July 21st, 2022

The inbound expatriates tax regime as provided for by Article 155 B of the French tax Code is one of the most efficient tax exemption mechanisms currently in force under French tax law. Beneficiaries of such regime who transfer their tax residence to France are allowed to reduce their taxable professional income up to 50% […]

Expatriates: New Tier 1 application forms

on January 7th, 2009

In response to recent changes to Tier 1 of the Immigration Rules, the UK Border Agency has released new application forms for each of Tier 1 (general) and Tier 1 (post study work).  The old versions of these forms are no longer valid. Related article Tougher immigration criteria for migrant workers. Click here Resources Link […]

Expatriates: New rules for non-UK domiciled and not ordinarily resident taxpayers

on January 7th, 2009

Under the UK tax system those who have a non-UK domicile are entitled to use the remittance basis of taxation whereby only income and gains which they “remit” to the UK is taxable here. So too the remittance basis applies to those individuals who are not ordinarily resident in the UK, but only in relation […]

Expatriates: A8 workers registration scheme extended

on January 6th, 2009

The UK Government has decided to extend the registration scheme, which was due to end on 30 April 2009, for two more years.  The scheme will now end on 30 April 2011.  The scheme covers workers from the so-called “A8 countries”: Czech Republic; Estonia; Hungary; Latvia; Lithuania; Poland; Slovakia; and Slovenia.  Employees from A8 countries […]