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    Get the right visa for your dream job in the UK
    Sep 05, 2017  |  by Philip Gamble
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    Top of the market? When? Where? How?
    Sep 04, 2017  |  by Mike Abbott
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    Making Tax Digital: Important changes for UK businesses
    Aug 30, 2017  |  by Scott Brown
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    EU residency is for sale – and South Africans are buying
    Aug 17, 2017  |  by Andrew Rissik
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    Get help navigating Australia’s stricter visa rules
    Aug 15, 2017  |  by Sam Hopwood
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    5 unusual ways you can claim British citizenship
    Aug 14, 2017  |  by Philip Gamble
  • UK Map and coffee
    Why the UK’s Tier 5 visas are still so popular with Aussies
    Aug 11, 2017  |  by John Dunn
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    The war on South African expats continues
    Aug 10, 2017  |  by Niel Pretorius
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    Travelling to the UK for business or leisure? You’ll need a Standard Visitor visa
    Aug 10, 2017  |  by John Dunn
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    Pension auto enrolment – does it apply to UK contractors?
    Aug 02, 2017  |  by Ashley Deakin
 
 

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    Get the right visa for your dream job in the UK

    by Philip Gamble | Sep 05, 2017
    Are you working for a company in South Africa that has a branch in the UK? If so, the Tier 2 (Intra-company Transfer) visa may be of interest to you and here’s everything you need to know about it.
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    Top of the market? When? Where? How?

    by Mike Abbott | Sep 04, 2017
    Providing prognostications on the future seems to be a habit of people in finance, investments and economics. However, much like the attempts to predict the outcome of major sporting events, this type of crystal ball gazing has a dismal track record. What strikes me as strange is the enduring fascination we all have with predictions, despite the fact that we all know they're no more likely to be correct than our own random throws of a die.
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    Making Tax Digital: Important changes for UK businesses

    by Scott Brown | Aug 30, 2017
    The Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative, announced in the 2015 Budget Speech, is the most fundamental change to the administration of the UK tax system for at least 20 years. MTD was originally intended to come into full force by April 2018, however, the government has recently announced significant changes to the timeframe and implementation of this initiative.
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    EU residency is for sale – and South Africans are buying

    by Andrew Rissik | Aug 17, 2017
    To encourage even more inward investment, the Portuguese government has created new categories for its popular Golden Resident Permit Programme (GRPP). The programme makes it easy for non-EU citizens to gain Portuguese (and EU) residency, and one day, full EU citizenship. Holding a Portuguese passport is particularly attractive to South Africans and this new category makes it more affordable than ever.
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    Get help navigating Australia’s stricter visa rules

    by Sam Hopwood | Aug 15, 2017
    After the latest Australian immigration regulation changes were announced a few months ago, there has been a lot of confusion and speculation as to how one can apply for an Australian visa. Instead of leaving you to wonder, we’ve collected everything you need to know about these changes.
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    5 unusual ways you can claim British citizenship

    by Philip Gamble | Aug 14, 2017
    You may not know it yet, but you could be eligible for British citizenship. While most people are aware of the usual routes to citizenship, such as naturalisation following a period of residence in the UK and citizenship by descent from a parent born in the UK, many aren’t aware that there are other, more obscure ways in which one can claim British citizenship.
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  • UK Map and coffee

    Why the UK’s Tier 5 visas are still so popular with Aussies

    by John Dunn | Aug 11, 2017
    Moving to the UK for a two-year working holiday has been a popular rite of passage for thousands of Aussies for years. The Tier 5 working holiday visa enables travellers under the age of 30 to live and work in the UK for up to two years and it’s a fantastic way to see the world.
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    The war on South African expats continues

    by Niel Pretorius | Aug 10, 2017
    South Africans working abroad are already reeling at the proposed repeal of the foreign employment income tax exemption, which was recently promulgated and is currently awaiting public comment. That’s not all though, the government has recently introduced a White Paper containing a further proposal that will have a dramatic impact on South African expats who are working abroad.
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    Travelling to the UK for business or leisure? You’ll need a Standard Visitor visa

    by John Dunn | Aug 10, 2017
    The way in which you apply for a visa that allows you to visit the UK for business or travel has changed in recent years. There are now no longer discreet categories for business travellers and holiday makers. If you’re planning on visiting the UK, here are a few things you should know about the Standard Visitor visa.
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    Pension auto enrolment – does it apply to UK contractors?

    by Ashley Deakin | Aug 02, 2017
    We all now know that the UK government has become concerned that the work force is not putting enough money aside to cover their financial requirements for later life and retirement. Pension auto enrolment is now firmly underway. We are often asked if it applies to contractors, and if it doesn’t, should one simply ignore saving for a pension?
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