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Economic Substance Requirements In The British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) government has enacted legislation that will require certain BVI entities carrying on specified activities to have ‘adequate substance' in the BVI.
British Virgin Islands
7 Jan 2019
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Real Estate Guide For International Buyers
In each case, they are restricted to purchases of fractionals, tourist accommodation/hotel residences and higher-end residences/condominiums.
Bermuda
20 Nov 2018
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An Introduction To Stamp Duty
Stamp duty in Bermuda is a tax applied to documents, known as "instruments" under the tax. Any instrument signed in, or brought into, Bermuda is potentially liable to stamp duty, unless specifically exempt.
Bermuda
11 Sep 2018
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Jersey 2015 Budget Stamp Duty Changes
Those who will benefit the most will be persons borrowing to finance the purchase of a residential property for £400,000 or less.
Jersey
27 Oct 2014
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Review Of Jersey Property Taxation
If the former US Vice President Dick Cheney is to be believed, "people don‟t give a damn about tax reform".
Jersey
15 Sep 2014
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Private Client 2013 - Bermuda
A discussion on the issues of estate and gift-tax planning in Bermuda.
Bermuda
11 Feb 2013
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A New Regime For UK Residential Property Ownership - How Appleby Can Help
The long awaited draft Finance Bill for 2013 has finally been published, providing further information as to the way UK residential properties valued at over £2 million will be taxed from April 2013 in the form of an increase in stamp duty (SDLT), the proposed annual charge (now called the Annual Residential Property Tax) and the extension of Capital Gains Tax on a disposal.
UK
20 Dec 2012
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Eliminate Stamp Duty With Proper Estate Planning
Parents in Bermuda often transferred real estate to their children during their lifetime in order to avoid the payment of stamp duty by children, often referred to as a death tax.
Bermuda
26 Nov 2012
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