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    How to get your business ready for the future
    Jun 19, 2019  |  by Scott Brown
  • Guide to UK PAYE tax forms
    A guide to UK PAYE tax forms P45, P60 and P11D
    Jun 14, 2019  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
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    The importance of purchasing travel insurance with a Tier 4 UK student visa
    Jun 13, 2019  |  by Guest writer
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    Why the Rand is tanking
    Jun 10, 2019  |  by Sable International
  • Cut-taxes
    The 2019/20 tax year changes: What they mean for you
    Jun 10, 2019  |  by Scott Brown
  • kids with map
    10 reasons growing up abroad gives your children a head start in life
    Jun 06, 2019  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
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    It’s a great time to buy your first UK property – here’s why
    Jun 03, 2019  |  by Marlon Borez
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    Contractor mortgages: What you need to know for a successful application
    May 31, 2019  |  by Ian Henning
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    Do you need to complete a Self Assessment tax return?
    May 29, 2019  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
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    Two new Aussie visa routes for skilled migrants
    May 23, 2019  |  by Sam Hopwood
  • Portugual school children

    Moving to Portugal – how to choose the right school for your children

    by John Dunn | Mar 06, 2019
    Portugal has become an immigration hotspot thanks to its maritime climate, growing economy and friendly tax regime. For people moving with children, deciding on where to send them to school can present quite a few challenges. Make it easier with our guide to education in Portugal.
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    South Africa’s Retail Distribution Review – slow but important changes for investors and advisors

    by Mike Abbott | Mar 05, 2019
    The Retail Distribution Review (RDR) will change the South African financial advice industry in fundamental ways. The shift to a client-focused, transparent system is both welcome and overdue. So, why has it taken so long?
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  • UK Tier 1 visas set to change

    Investors out, innovators in: UK Tier 1 visas set to change

    by Gary Kockott | Feb 19, 2019
    UK Tier 1 visa categories are under scrutiny after a surprise announcement on 6 December 2018 stated that the Tier 1 Investor route would be suspended. It was said that this route would no longer be open for applications, from 7 December 2018, and that new rules will be put in place sometime in 2019. The UK wants to crack-down on organised crime abusing the system for citizenship and encourage immigrants who will contribute to the economy.
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  • Making Tax Digital for VAT

    Making Tax Digital for VAT deadline: What you need to know before April 2019

    by Scott Brown | Feb 18, 2019
    The April 2019 deadline for Making Tax Digital for VAT is just around the corner. Here’s what it means for your UK business, and how you can make sure you’re ready.
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    Did you overpay HMRC? Here’s how to get your tax refund

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Feb 07, 2019
    Every year more than 3.5 million people pay too much tax in the UK. Tax overpayments can occur without the taxpayer or HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) knowing, which is why it’s important to be aware of how it happens. These are some of the most common reasons HMRC could owe you money and how you can get it back.
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    Why the Portugal Golden Visa remains the best in the world

    by John Dunn | Jan 31, 2019
    Many South Africans are concerned about the current economic and political instability in the country and are looking for options. The Golden Visa can be the gateway to a better future for families, providing access to top education and increased personal security. The good news is that successful applications have been increasing since the programme started. Here’s why the Portugal Golden Visa continues to be the most popular and best of its kind.
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  • Business

    Will 2019 be a good year for UK contractors? IR35 and the loan charge

    by Ashley Deakin | Jan 24, 2019
    We’re hoping that the year ahead will bring some good news for contractors, but right now we’re seeing mixed feelings. Many of our contractors are feeling persecuted by a range of government initiatives and proposed directives. We’re getting lots of questions about the future of contracting given the proposed IR35 reform to the private sector in April 2020. We’re also seeing an attack on contractors who may have received payments through a loan or employee benefit trust scheme.
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  • Brexit

    Here’s what the new EU Settlement Scheme will mean for EU nationals living in the UK

    by John Dunn | Jan 24, 2019
    EU nationals who want to continue to live and work in the UK after Brexit will need to apply for settlement under the new EU Settlement Scheme. The scheme is currently in its pilot phase and is set to officially open on 30 March 2019 (the day after Brexit). If you’re an EU citizen concerned about your future in the UK, here’s how to ensure you can remain in the UK.
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    The UK reveals its new skills-based immigration system for EU and non-EU nationals

    by John Dunn | Jan 22, 2019
    The new immigration system means that entry into the UK with a work visa will be based on skills and qualifications, rather than nationality. Let’s look at what’s going to change and what it means for those wanting to move to the UK to live and work.
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    Why so many people moved to the UK in 2018

    by John Dunn | Dec 12, 2018
    It’s official: The UK is the destination of choice for expats from all over the globe. But exactly how many people made the move in 2018? And which visas were they granted? Let’s take a closer look at just how many people visited and made the UK their home in 2018, and who knows, you may just be inspired to make the move yourself.
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