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Navigating the expat tax system
Tax in your new country of residenceTaxes in your native country are complicated enough. Expatriate taxes can be totally confusing. Common questions addressed within articles on Expatica’s Tax channel include: ‘How does the income tax system in my new country of residence work?’, ‘Does my new country of residence tax expats or do tax rules back home still apply?’, ‘Where can I find a financial advisor specialising in expat tax issues?’ and ‘What about...
Tax - Essential Articles
01/02/2014 The Dutch income tax system explained
Expatax advisor Arjan Enneman explains what you need to know about doing your taxes in the Netherlands.
Application of the UK/Belgian Tax Treaty means some Belgian residents who work in the UK can benefit from Belgium's municipal tax exemptions. Tax lawyer Gregory Goossens explains.
27/03/2012 Assurance Vie - An expatriate’s guide
Tax and estate planning figure prominently in the list of priorities of many financially secure expatriate residents of France. Steven Grover wades though the murky waters of 'Assurance Vie' and offers an expatriate’s guide.