EU’s Expanded Tax Haven Blacklist Could Apply to U.S.

Monday 28th January 2019

The worldwide crack down on tax evasion and movement towards more comprehensive tax compliance systems is gaining pace to such a degree that even the USA could potentially end up on the European Unions’s blacklist of jurisdictions that are failing to take appropriate action on tax fraud. The country may be placed on EU’s tax… [continue reading]

Contractor Compliance in South Korea set to become more complex

Friday 25th January 2019

As we’ve mentioned many times before, global taxation laws are constantly getting more complex, and contractor compliance in South Korea is the latest to follow suit. As the fourth largest economy in Asia and the 11th largest in the world, this destination is fast becoming a hotspot for contractors worldwide. Famous for its spectacular rise from one of the poorest… [continue reading]

Dutch add Guernsey, Belize and Isle of Man to blacklist in tax compliance drive

Tuesday 22nd January 2019

It’s clear from recent developments that authorities across the globe are increasing efforts to improve tax compliance and claw back lost funds. Be it multinationals, SME’s or independent contractors, more and more innovative methods are being used to ensure the law is followed by everyone. Most recently, the Netherlands has been in the news for… [continue reading]

China’s new income tax law could be costly for foreign workers

Friday 18th January 2019

Here at 6CATS we’re dedicated to sharing our knowledge of the complexities of international compliance with contractors seeking opportunities overseas and the latest developments that they need to be aware of.  As the second largest economy in the world, China is a place which undoubtedly offers a huge range of opportunities for contractors. The country… [continue reading]

Why 2019 is the year for international contract recruiters

Thursday 17th January 2019

There can certainly be no doubt that, for UK based hiring firms at least, having a strategic growth plan in place for the coming year is vitally important. And while there’s a lot of negative discussions around the UK’s future following March, getting stuck on the ‘what if’s’ will do little to help agencies weather… [continue reading]

2019 tax changes incoming across the CEE region

Friday 4th January 2019

The CEE region is proving very attractive to contingent workers looking for opportunities abroad. The region is booming economically, and as a result talent shortages are a key concern for businesses. However, tax compliance in the area is complicated and ever changing. Therefore, potential workers need to be kept informed about the situation within the… [continue reading]