Expat guide: Tax in Moscow
Here's a brief guide to taxes in Moscow, from tax regulations in Russia to tips on filing a tax return for UK, US and Canadian expats.
Tax in Moscow
Taxes in your native country are complicated enough. From family planning to financial planning, expatriate taxes can be totally confusing. Common questions addressed within articles on Expatica’s Tax channel include ‘Where can I find a financial advisor specialising in expat tax issues?’ and ‘What about inheritance tax in my new country?’
Expatica keeps you informed of any changes to the tax systems in Moscow via our expat tax and local and community news channels with articles like Taxation in Moscow and Third Culture Wealth.
Are you a British expat in Moscow? See 'UK residence rules for tax purposes', 'Becoming non-resident', 'Considerations for UK expats' and 'Returning to the UK'.
Are you an American in Moscow? Read why one expert says Americans should never own shares in a non-US incorporated mutual fund and get 'Tax help for US expats'.
Canadian expats should check out 'Tax basics for Canadian expats'.
Ask the expert
Expatriate tax services are also available at our Ask the Expert section, or you can ask one of Expatica’s international and expat tax accoutants under the Tax category such as David Cook, Anthony Laderman and others for help. Try it! You may find that your question has already been asked by other readers and answered by our experts.
Connect with other expats on Expatica
Expats who’d like to share their viewpoints or ask advice from ‘veteran’ expats can visit the Expatica forums and get involved in discussions on expatriate tax issues. You can also share your experiences and questions with fellow expats on Expatica's Community.
Need advice? Post your question on Expatica's free Ask the Expert service to see if we can help.
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