Cross-border, international tax for expats can be confusing. That's why we've brought together the relevant information from around the world, and gathered it all in one place - so you can jump to the country and the topic that interests you most.
As an expat, your residency status abroad can potentially deliver tax benefits. However, mis-understand your tax position or reporting obligations, and you may find yourself on the wrong side of the law - which is resolutely bad for your personal financial situation!
So, whether you're hoping to retire to the south of France, take a big step in your career and move to Dubai, Hong Kong, or Singapore, or you want to settle in the UK while your children attend school there for example...
...our tax advice pages have got the basics covered for you.
You may still need to seek professional expat taxation advice
, but do feel free to use this section of the website to get an overview of your likely position before launching into a pension transfer or full blown self-assessed tax return.
* We believe the information on these pages is accurate, however tax rates and rules can change, and we are not tax experts. Therefore, please do not rely exclusively on the information to determine your liability for tax.
Speak to a local tax expert for personalised advice, or consult an international taxation consultancy.
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