Looking on 2-Years Ahead 2018 for retirement plan from EMEA AND RUSSIA to OECS?
Reality nowadays deploys the more complex advisory with more sophisticated expertise, as Regulatory Directives becoming more relevant with the commencement of CRS and BEPS implementation through 2018 - 2020. Though, we do not oversee particular constraints for EMEA | Russia and in the OECS for such applicabilities within such areas:
2-YEARS AHEAD PLAN FOR EVER-READY PERSON
- St. Kitts PIT General Partnership GP agreements, inclusive Solvency solutions for "Wealth 2020" Plan*
- Seasonal Residents in Saint Christopher for Pre-Retirees, eligible candidates for Retirement Plan* in the OECS
- Permanent Residence of Saint Christopher (Spouses or Singles or Divorced persons), eligible candidates from EMEA
- REIT Options for Retirement Plan* (APAC only), inclusive Investment Management solutions for "Ever-Ready" Plan.
*qualify for margin lending option;
- EU Retirement Plan effective along to the Permanent Residence in the Republic of Malta, eligible candidates.
Plus, to generate greater interest in such Get-In-Touch advisory we entice plan participants to start the informal planning process now with opting for 2018 Ever-Ready Plan and for 2020 Pre-Retiree Plan, both with personalized expertise and within the framework:
COMMON REPORTING STANDARDS / EU SAVINGS DIRECTIVE and legal-Framework:
Common Reporting Standards (CRS) and EU Savings Directive becoming more relevant and the commencement of CRS and BEPS Action Plan with CBI implementation in 2018 to prevent AEOI becoming more real to deploy "2-Years Ahead" plan for the every-ready person.
The Anti Tax Avoidance Directive
On 28 January 2016, the Commission presented its proposal for an Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive as part of the Anti-Tax Avoidance Package. On 20 June 2016 the Council adopted the Directive (EU) 2016/1164 laying down rules against tax avoidance practices that directly affect the functioning of the internal market.
The Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive contains five legally-binding anti-abuse measures, which all Member States should apply against common forms of aggressive tax planning.
It creates a minimum level of protection against corporate tax avoidance throughout the EU while ensuring a fairer and more stable environment for businesses.
Member States should apply these measures as from 01 January 2019. For more information, please contact us.
For more information, please contact us.