Following what turned out to be an infamous referendum on June 23, 2016, Britain is set to leave the EU on March 29, 2019. Theresa May’s activation of Article 50 and the two-year exit process has sparked a flurry of discussions across the board. With so much chatter, doomsayers and legal jargon, staying on top of Brexit’s implications is hardly straightforward.
Current tax laws are simply not equipped for the modern digital economy. The Commission & Europe's strongest countries have spoken up about the problem & proposed changes to how digital companies are taxed.
Startups are not like the rest of us: They speak their own language, follow a faster timeline, manage their finances differently and work with leaner teams.
Taxes are nothing new, in fact, they date back to early civilization. As societies have evolved, so too have taxation strategies & the role of tax advisors. What does the constant stream of headlines & updates mean for you?
How turning to fiduciaries for HR & payroll services is a clever way for small to mid-sized companies to avoid over- or understaffing, & a look at Luxembourg logistics & microbusiness moves.
Luxembourg moves to convert bright ideas into real companies with the introduction of the new Simplified SARL, a direct path to market free of typical administrative & legal barriers.
A look at Luxembourg's transition from traditional finance to fintech & how it's attracting, serving & keeping international startups
Overview of how the modernization of Luxembourg law reform will affect the SARL: A look at the road to reform, key points & overall benefits.
This month in Luxembourg the RAIF (reserved alternative investment fund) passes and the Bank of China issues green bonds; in the world, Europe makes VAT changes and investing in startups is made easier.
LuxSE Climate Bonds, Simpler Company Creation, Chinese Trade Plans dominated Luxembourg news this month while the world saw updated German inheritance tax laws & changes to US donor confidentiality.