Monthly Archives: February 2018
From 2020, it will be easier for Russian residents to receive income from real estate to their foreign accounts. Tranio lawyers explain what this means, how to submit reports to the tax service under the new rules, and what to do for owners of foreign accounts.
From the first of January 2020, under the new rules on currency transactions, it does not matter in which country the property is located, and in which country the account is opened. The most important thing is that the account is in a “transparent” country: a member of the EEU or in a country with which Russia has an automatic exchange of financial information. Continue reading
The demand for citizenship in Caribbean countries has increased sharply against the background of the pandemic, writes Caribbean 360.
Two other Caribbean countries, Saint Kitts and Nevis and Dominica, have started accepting applications online for the citizenship by investment program. Earlier, the same decision was made by Grenada. These measures are taken in connection with the spread of the coronavirus. Continue reading
Online deals, masked realtors and keeping a social distance are how the American real estate market is adapting to new conditions, the Washington Post reports.
American States have different approaches to the issue of concluding transactions in the real estate market. Illinois, despite being hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, felt that real estate is an important service, and therefore companies are not required to close like retail and restaurants. But California, new York, and Pennsylvania decided otherwise. Continue reading