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Tax Seminars in 2018For the 22nd consecutive year the afpop Tax Seminars have been arranged in association with euroFinesco and will take place at the end of January and beginning of February 2018. These seminars come at a very opportune time for all those who are obliged to issue a tax declaration in Portugal for the past tax year (2017) and for 2018 and future years.

Neil Woodford Fund manager Neil Woodford has warned stock markets around the world are in a "bubble," citing bitcoin, ETFs, and yields on European junk bonds as "red lights."

Woodford made his name as a money manager by avoiding bank shares before the 2007 financial crash and by avoiding the tech sector before the tech sector's dotcom crash in 2001.

The first EU Blacklist finally revealedThe first EU Blacklist finally revealed

The EU has put 17 jurisdictions on a blacklist: American Samoa, Bahrain, Barbados, Grenada, Guam, South Korea, Macau, Marshall Islands, Mongolia, Namibia, Palau, Panama, St Lucia, Samoa, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates. However, when contrasting the revelations in the Paradise and Panama Papers about international tax schemes, exposing some of the intricate ways that the world's wealthy use to evade tax through offshore havens, it quickly becomes apparent that the EU has chosen to target countries with little economic or political weight.

Should you cash-in a ‘gold-plated’ pension? Six questions to help you decideIf you were offered £300,000 now or an inflation-proofed £10,000 a year for the rest of your life, what would you choose? 

This is a similar dilemma faced by many Britons with ‘final salary’ pensions. Often nicknamed ‘gold-plated’ pensions, these are where employers guarantee a minimum income throughout retirement, with yearly cost-of-living increases. But today many pension providers are offering non-retired members high pay-outs – ‘transfer values’ – in exchange for giving up those future rights.

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