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Personal Finance in Different Countries
Finance & Accounting
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Personal finance in different countries Student’s name Course/Number Date Instructor’s name Outline I Introduction II Tax and tax havens III Migration and domicile IV Foreign residence Reference List Introduction Personal finance is one area in finance in which financial tools and techniques are utilized for effective use of individual funds.
Tax and tax havens Tax havens contribute to growth development in the small potential countries. More so, in small states, land is considered very expensive. The low density in population that the country can accommodate will attract the household with high income (Gordon, 2002, p.15-31). The high-income affected households, in most cases will enjoy low income taxes. The small-scale size is also favored by the formation of social capitals, as well as the reliance of tourism, which is a major promotion to the small size countries. Individuals and the businesses that are residing in a tax haven can use the advantage of evading paying of the taxes back at their original home countries. The conditions of tax haven are not limited to individuals and businesses residing or operating away from the country for it to gain benefits from the policies that guide taxing. The small open economies have lower tax rates on the corporate sector. These small size countries are also on the verge of gaining political stability in their environments. This is geared towards development of the small states in terms of adequate infrastructure (Sparwasser 2007, p.12-14). Tax haven can be the key to erosion of the tax-based policies of the other countries. ...
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