Expatriates in Europe
Moving between countries brings about cultural, language and financial differences. Significant changes are evident in the areas of Social Security, Income Tax, currency and succession. Many expatriates enjoy different treatment, remaining in their home country Social Security, and paying Income Tax on a lower base than residents.
Opportunities arise in a number of areas, where the advantages of a number of “offshore” centers enable funds to be built up on often more favourable terms than applied at home. The use of a corporate structure for receiving remuneration provides an excellent method of tax mitigation depending on the age of the person concerned. We are able to advise on local plans and products, and the tax advantages which these sometimes bring, as well as international arrangements, which can often bring distinct advantages in a number of areas.
If you would like to discuss how Dunhill Financial could help you, please contact us.