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Portugal's non-habitual resident tax regime

3rd September 2018

As part of an overall strategy for the promotion and attraction of foreign investment in Portugal, the tax regime for non-habitual residents attracts highly qualified individuals, as well as all those who possess significant assets and pensioners or retirees who become resident, for tax purposes, in Portugal. MSI's Portugal law member Azeredo Perdigao & Associados - Sociedade de Advogados, RL outlines the key advantages of Portugal's non-habitul resident tax regime.

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Two sides of the same coin: Bitcoin and ethics

21st August 2018

Devika Kewalramani and Daniel Langley, attorneys at MSI's NYC law firm member Moses & Singer LLP, co-authored an article titled "Two Sides of the Same Coin: Bitcoin and Ethics" which was published in the New York Law Journal in July 2018.

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Key Features of the new double tax agreements between the UK and Guernsey, and the UK and the Isle of Man

1st August 2018

At the start of July 2018 three new Double Tax Agreements (DTAs) were announced between the UK and the Crown Dependencies (Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Jersey). The three DTAs (from each of the islands) are identical, which was a key aim of the UK Government. MSI's Guernsey member Dixcart Trust Corporation Ltd provides further information.

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Want to use a social media 'influencer' in your latest marketing campaign? A few things to consider

10th July 2018

Is your company considering using an "influencer" (an individual with a large social media following) to promote your products, services or brands? Although there are a myriad of matters to consider, if this is your first time dipping your toes into this world, here are a few points to ponder. MSI's South Carolina and Georgia law member Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP explains what you should consider if doing so.

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