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Tag: Ireland

06 Sep
St Colman's Cathedral rises above the terraced streets and colorful fishing boats of the small tourist city of Cobh on Cork Harbour.

You May Be Surprised At How Low Taxes In Europe Can Be

People often take Europe off the list of possibilities for where to move or invest overseas because they assume the residency options are too limited or expensive… and the tax implications too onerous. The truth is that residency can be easier to obtain in some European countries than it is in some Latin American countries. […]

26 Jul
Cork City view from St. Patrick's Hill.

Could Ireland’s Status As A Tax Haven Be Ending?

I’m not sure how Ireland ended up the target. This country’s approach to taxation was the reason Kathleen and I moved to the Emerald Isle some 23 years ago. Now that tax position has her under fire… but, again, I can’t figure out why. Ireland imposes corporate tax at a rate of 12.5%. So does […]

26 Nov
Thanksgiving celebration traditional dinner. Roasted turkey garnished with cranberries on a rustic style table decorated with pumpkins, vegetables, pie, flowers and candles.

Celebrating Thanksgiving In Panama

“Maybe I should stay home for the day and help you… so you don’t drop the turkey or forget the turkey or burn the turkey,” my 16-year-old son Jackson suggested with a smile earlier this week. Probably he

05 Nov
Blue sign warning of that face mask is mandatory due to Covid-19 or coronavirus in airport.

What Traveling To Europe In November 2020 Is Like

Getting to Ireland wasn’t a concern. Returning Irish citizens are allowed to enter Ireland from anywhere. You have to complete a form online that includes where you will be staying for your first 14 days after arrival, as the Irish government wants you to self-quarantine for that period. However, no destination information is required if […]