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British expats living in Europe have won the right to mount a legal challenge to argue that the EU cannot take their rights away after Brexit. Five expats living in The Netherlands had asked a court in Amsterdam for leave to argue their case before the European Court of Justice. A...
Cryptocurrencies are likely to come under the cosh as governments around the world are calling for regulation to crack down on criminals and terrorists. Government leaders claim the lawless realms of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and dozens of other cryptocurrencies allows crooks to pass money across borders without any checks or...
Simply leaving Britain to live or work overseas for a stretch of time does not make you non-resident for tax. That statement may come as a bit of a surprise, but expats do not decide to become non-resident, a set of rules decides the issue for them. The rules are laid...
The purge to root out corruption in Saudi Arabia is also a drive to eliminate any opposition to the royal rulers. Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, 32, is the power behind the throne of King Salman. He seems determined to take on the country’s rich and powerful establishment to drag Saudi...
The bitcoin bonanza failed to carry into the new year as the much-vaunted cryptocurrency lost more than a third of value in just a few days of trading. Bitcoin investors lost almost a third of their money while they celebrated over the holiday. Bitcoin prices peaked at $19,343 on December 16,...