• IN622 The Reassurance of Having a Second Passport

    IN622 The Reassurance of Having a Second Passport   Threats and opportunities have always existed and never more so than in this rapidly changing world. Many countries, including South Africa, are experiencing significant political and economic change. The jurisdiction of St Kitts & Nevis provides an opportunity for individuals to hold a second passport, even if the immediate intention is not to relocate to the Caribbean. Key Benefits Offered By Holding a St Kitts & Nevis Passport A St Kitts & Nevis passport can include a wide breadth of dependants, provides … more

  • IN620 An Important Guide: Moving to the United Kingdom

    IN620 An Important Guide: Moving to the United Kingdom Background  It is a very interesting time in the UK. A General Election is taking place on 12 December 2019 and until the results are known it is impossible to predict when Brexit will take place or even if it will take place.   Allowing for the current uncertainty, the UK remains an attractive destination for individuals to move to, for organisations and individuals to set up businesses in and for students from overseas.    CONSIDERATION OF THE ROUTE CHOSEN TO ENTER THE UK  Immigration Considerations& … more

  • IN612 Residence/'Golden Visa' Programmes: Cyprus, Malta and Portugal

    IN612 Residence/'Golden Visa' Programmes: Cyprus, Malta and Portugal The three Mediterranean countries of Cyprus, Malta and Portugal each offer attractive residence and citizenship programmes. This Article details the different criteria that are applicable and who the different programmes are available to. Programme Cyprus Permanent Residence Permit Malta Residence and Visa Programme Portugal Golden Visa Any Jurisdictions excluded? No Iran No Can dependant unmarried children be included? Yes, up to 4 Yes Yes … more

  • IN406 - UK Tax Residence - Planning Opportunities, Case Studies and How to Get it Right

    IN406 - UK Tax Residence - Planning Opportunities, Case Studies and How to Get it Right Major reforms regarding how UK tax resident, non-UK domiciliaries (“non-doms”) are to be taxed will be implemented from April 2017. The changes will impact on individuals who have been tax resident in the UK for 15 years or more. The Attractive Remittance Basis of Taxation will Continue for Many Non-UK Domiciliaries The availability of the remittance basis of taxation for non-UK domiciled individuals who have been resident in the UK for fewer than 15 years will continue. The availability of … more