1. Agostinho Neto University, Luanda,Angola 2. Pretoria University 3. University of Cape Town 4. Cheik Anta Diop University, Dakar, Senegal 5. Ashesi University, Accra Metro, Ghana 6.
1. Switzerland 2. Singapore 3. China * The primary reason: expats in China are finding themselves with more disposable income than most other places. China is home to the largest proportion of high-earning expats in the world – almost a quarter of expats living there earn more than $300,000 per annum compared with the global […]
1. Long Beach, California (473,789) Los Angeles Metro (Long Beach is bigger than cities like Atlanta, Miami, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Saint Louis, Cincinnati) The Port of Long Beach is the United States’ second busiest container port and one of the world’s largest shipping ports. The city also maintains a large oil industry with wells located both […]
INCOME TAX Corporate Tax: This is the tax paid by companies on their profits in the year. The tax rate is 25%. Personal Income Tax: Self-employed persons are required to pay Income tax at graduated rates in four equal instalments. The current Personal Income Tax rates took effect from November 2011. Pay As You Earn […]
015 tax brackets (for taxes due April 15, 2016) Tax rate Single filers Married filing jointly or qualifying widow/widower Married filing separately Head of household 10% Up to $9,225 Up to $18,450 Up to $9,225 Up to $13,150 15% $9,226 to $37,450 $18,451 to $74,900 $9,226 to $37,450 $13,151 to $50,200 25% $37,451 to $90,750 […]
1. United States of America $18.1 trillion Language – English Continent – North America Race – Multiracial Financial Capital – New York City Putting the ridiculously large $18 trillion US economy into perspective by comparing state GDPs to entire countries The American economy is almost twice as large as China’s and as large than all […]