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Tax Deadline and Frontier Worker Rule Changes due to COVID-19

France is yet another country delaying their income tax filing and payment deadlines due to COVID-19. With the initial state of emergency in place until May 24th, 2020, there are now issues with the current tax filing deadlines. As has been observed in many other countries, the deadline has been

5 Tips to Boost Your Canadian Immigration Points

Canada has one of the most advanced immigration systems globally. It’s Express Entry (EE) route to becoming a resident is immensely popular and sought out by people across the globe. However, getting admitted through the Express Entry system is not easy.

Employment Benefits in Kenya

When choosing a new job, there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration. For some, these may include a shorter commute, while for others, the benefits that a company provides may play a bigger role. The labor laws in Kenya have been beneficial for many employees who

Top Tax Tips for France

France is one of the most highly taxed countries in the world. In fact, France achieved the title of the highest taxed county in the European Union in 2017 and 2018. Denmark later took over France’s status, although the latter remained among the countries with the heaviest taxation.

Temporary Relief for Singapore Business Owners

COVID-19 has created a very real concern for a number of business owners worldwide. What happens if the business can’t fulfill the contractual obligations of their business agreements during this time? Singapore has recognized that a vast number of businesses are in this situation and have therefore provided temporary relief

Employment Law in the UK – What to Expect in 2022

There are strict Employment Laws in place to protect employee’s rights and govern what an employer can ask of their employees. The United Kingdom’s Employment Law offers the highest degree of protection for their employee’s rights. The following will highlight the changes to expect in 2022 as far as Employment

Saudi Arabia’s New Labor Reforms

A labor reform initiative (LRI) was launched by the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development on November 4, 2020. The purpose behind this was to make changes to the present sponsorship system that lays down rules and regulations for foreign worker mobility in Saudi Arabia.

Australia’s Impending Labor Crisis

Many countries are known for having a certain type of labor market that accounts for more of the overall employment share than others. In Australia, this market is that of casual workers.

Income Tax Relief in India

COVID-19 has drastically changed the financial outlook of most countries around the world. Due to the restrictions and distancing guidelines in India, many individuals have been affected financially. This has prompted the government of India to lower deduction certificates and extend the relief until the end of June 2020. These