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Moving to the UK and renting your property in Australia

Moving to the UK and renting your property in Australia

Are you moving to the UK and renting out your property in Australia? Below we have covered some popular Australian and UK tax issues and questions that arise when becoming a non-resident landlord of Australia. Will I be taxed on my Australian rental income in Australia? Non-residents of Australia are generally taxed on income derived […] 20th October 2022 Read more >
UK and Singapore – tax filing for British citizens in Singapore

UK and Singapore – tax filing for British citizens in Singapore

If you’re a British Citizen in Singapore, you may still be required to file a UK tax return as well as a Singapore tax return, even if you’re considered non-resident in the UK for tax purposes. Filing UK taxes from Singapore can be confusing. In this blog, our Tax Manager, Christian Iles, answers the most […] 20th October 2022 Read more >
A comparison of the UK and Danish personal tax system

A comparison of the UK and Danish personal tax system

When moving between the UK and Denmark, it is important to be aware of the differences that each jurisdiction imposes on areas of personal taxation. Failing to comply with the relevant procedures and local tax legislation could leave individuals with a series of penalties. The table below highlights a list of arguably the most important […] 26th September 2022 Read more >
Moving to Denmark and renting your property in the UK

Moving to Denmark and renting your property in the UK

Are you moving to Denmark and renting out your UK property? If so, you will be classified as a ‘non-resident landlord’ by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Below we have covered some of the popular UK and Danish tax issues and questions that arise when becoming a non-resident landlord in Denmark. How do I stop […] 26th September 2022 Read more >
Moving to Singapore and renting your property in the UK

Moving to Singapore and renting your property in the UK

Are you moving to Singapore and renting out your UK property? If so, you will be classified as a ‘non-resident landlord’ by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Below we have covered some of the popular UK and Singaporean tax issues and questions that arise when becoming a non-resident landlord in Singapore: How do I stop […] 31st August 2022 Read more >
10 ways you can reduce your tax liability as a UK resident taxpayer

10 ways you can reduce your tax liability as a UK resident taxpayer

10 ways you can reduce your tax liability as a UK resident taxpayer 1.Take advantage of pension schemes – Pension contributions made through your employment can be deducted from your pay before your wages are taxed (under the net pay arrangement). Alternatively, the government will top-up your pension at the basic rate (20%), commonly known […] 30th August 2022 Read more >
A comparison of the UK and Singapore personal tax system

A comparison of the UK and Singapore personal tax system

When moving between the UK and Singapore, it is important to be aware of the differences that each jurisdiction imposes on areas of personal taxation. Failing to comply with the relevant procedures and local tax legislation could leave individuals with a series of penalties. The table below highlights a list of arguably the most important […] 24th August 2022 Read more >
Getting to know Free Trade Agreements

Getting to know Free Trade Agreements

What are Free Trade Agreements, and why do they exist? This is the first of a series of posts introducing the new United Kingdom – Australia Free Trade Agreement (which is yet to come into force) and how it may be relevant to you. What is a Free Trade Agreement? A Free Trade Agreement (FTA) […] 4th August 2022 Read more >
Moving to Australia and renting your property in the UK

Moving to Australia and renting your property in the UK

Are you moving to Australia and renting out your UK property? If so, you will be classified as a ‘non-resident landlord’ by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Below we have covered some of the popular UK tax issues and questions that arise when becoming a non-resident landlord: How do I stop my estate agent or […] 20th July 2022 Read more >
A comparison of the UK and Australian personal tax system

A comparison of the UK and Australian personal tax system

When moving between the UK and Australia, it is important to be aware of the differences that each jurisdiction imposes on areas of personal taxation. Failing to comply with the relevant procedures and local tax legislation could leave individuals with a series of penalties. The table below highlights a list of arguably the most important […] 20th July 2022 Read more >
Free webinar ‘A Business Abroad: An Australian Journey’

Free webinar ‘A Business Abroad: An Australian Journey’

Are you considering expanding your business to Australia? Join our free webinar on Tuesday 31 July at 10am for a review of the questions you should be asking yourself. Your expert speakers Richard Harper, now the owner of Keyway Trade Services in Sydney, shares his decades of experience in Australia with UKTI/Department for International Trade […] 15th January 2021 Read more >
Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Awards

Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Awards

Bloomberg Tax Honours Sheltons Group Partner, Ivan Zammit, with International Tax Contributing Author of the Year Award 7 December 2020 Sheltons Group partner, Ivan Zammit, has been awarded International Tax Contributing Author of the Year Award from Bloomberg Tax & Accounting in recognition of the contributions made by him and our colleagues at Sheltons Malta […] 14th December 2020 Read more >
Doing Business with Australia Guide

Doing Business with Australia Guide

Doing Business with Australia The ‘Doing Business with Australia Guide’ website is now live and the hard-copy brochures are currently being distributed. 12th November 2020 – The ‘Doing Business with Australia Guide’ is now officially live and can be accessed via: www.Australia.DoingBusinessGuide.co.uk The main objective of this Doing Business with Australia Guide is to provide […] 13th November 2020 Read more >
Malta: Grants for businesses to provide training

Malta: Grants for businesses to provide training

This article was published on 22 July 2020 in Corriere di Malta newspaper Grants for businesses to provide training Enabling business training processes means investing in its people to increase the skills of both the individual employee and the work group. The result is not only the professional development of people, but also the growth […] 20th August 2020 Read more >
Malta: Grants for diversification and internationalisation

Malta: Grants for diversification and internationalisation

This article was published on 05 July 2020 in Corriere di Malta newspaper Grants for diversification and internationalisation of companies At this delicate stage of the economy, companies need to strengthen their business by opening in new markets or by activating new services or product lines. Besides, they can also become more competitive through enhancing […] 24th July 2020 Read more >
Malta: How to finance the cost of a business plan

Malta: How to finance the cost of a business plan

This article was published on 28 June 2020 in Corriere di Malta newspaper How to finance the cost of a business plan In one of the previous articles we have analysed how important it is to implement a business plan that, on the one hand, can be a useful tool for entrepreneurs and managers who […] 2nd July 2020 Read more >
Malta: Inside the new measures to support businesses

Malta: Inside the new measures to support businesses

This article was published on 21 June 2020 in Corriere di Malta newspaper Inside the new measures to support businesses In the last article we anticipated the content of the package of new measures that the Maltese Government announced a few days ago to support the recovery of the economy following the COVID-19. Today we […] 24th June 2020 Read more >
Malta: The Government’s new measures to boost the economy

Malta: The Government’s new measures to boost the economy

This article was published on 11 June 2020 in Corriere di Malta newspaper ‘A Better Tomorrow.’ The Government’s new measures to boost the economy A couple of months ago we anticipated that new governmental measures would be launched to support the restart of the economy. Such new measures complement those already approved in recent months […] 22nd June 2020 Read more >