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Less Money Mo' Problems: Proposed tax reforms in Canada

1st August 2017

Twenty years after the Notorious B.I.G. (along with Puff Daddy and Mase) released the hip-hop single “Mo Money Mo Problems”, Canada’s own Notorious B.F.M. (Honourable Bill Francis Morneau, Minister of Finance) released an updated and tax-focused take on the hip hop classic that, for some, will mean “Less Money Mo’ Problems”. MSI's Vancouver based law firm Miller Titerle Law Corporation provides more information on the proposed tax reforms.

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Portugal: The Golden Visa & Non-Habitual Residents Tax Scheme

21st July 2017

Since the introduction of Portugal’s “Golden Visa” and a special tax regime for non-habitual residents, Portugal has become a destination of choice for many non-EU nationals. MSI's specialist member Dixcart Management (Madeira) Lda provides further information.

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India: Goods & Services Tax (GST) update

24th July 2017

India has one of the most complex tax system in the world. For new businesses and startups, it can be extremely difficult to navigate through the multifaceted direct and indirect tax laws prevailing in the country. Constant changes to taxes are making things even worst. MSI's Indian accounting member Chokshi Group explains further.

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UK: Fatal accident claims - Compensation award disparities

24th July 2017

The rules and regulations that govern health and safety and personal injury law are largely identical across the UK. One area where the law in personal injury claims differs between Scotland, England and Wales and Northern Ireland is in relation to fatal accident claims. Stephanie Watson, solicitor at MSI's Scottish law member Thorntons, explains further.

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