International Tax Service – Am I eligible?

Am I eligible?

You need to be an existing customer of HSBC Expat before we can refer you to the International Tax Service provided by EY. The following services are available:

 

HSBC Advance*

HSBC Premier

 
International tax advice
 
Departure & arrival tax briefing
 
Tax returns

New to HSBC Expat?

If you'd like us to refer you to the International Tax Service provided by EY, you will need to become a customer of HSBC Expat.

Apply for an HSBC Expat Bank Account

Call our New Customer Team on +44 1534 616 055

Specially negotiated fixed fees in top expat locations

With offices in over 140 countries, EY have tax specialists in most locations around the world who can assist you. For the top expat locations (see list below), we've even negotiated fixed fees for our customers . For details of these fees, please call us. HSBC Premier customers call: +44 1534 616 313, HSBC Advance customers call: +44 1534 616 212.

Australia Brazil Canada China
France Germany Hong Kong India
Singapore South Africa Spain Thailand
UK USA    

Lines are open 24/7. Calls may be monitored and/or recorded for security and to help us improve our service.


*As of 12 May 2014, our HSBC Advance service is no longer available to new customers.

Talk to us today

Talk to us today

Talk to us today

Find out more about the International Tax Service from EY. You must be an HSBC Expat customer to benefit from this service.

HSBC Premier customers
Call: +44 1534 616 313

HSBC Advance customers
Call: +44 1534 616 212

New to HSBC Expat?
Call: +44 1534 616 055


HSBC Premier customers

+44 1534 616 313

HSBC Advance customers

+44 1534 616 212

New to HSBC Expat?

+44 1534 616 055

We are open 24/7. Calls may be monitored and/or recorded for security and service improvement purposes.

Your tax obligations: While banking offshore may have tax related benefits for you, tax rules differ from country to country. If you're unsure about your personal tax obligations, you should seek professional advice. It's your responsibility to disclose your income to the tax authorities. HSBC are not tax advisers and as such do not provide tax advice.

If you do not already have a tax adviser, HSBC can refer you to EY and their International Tax Services. On referral, you will become a customer of EY and subject to terms and conditions that you agree with them for their services. EY is independent of HSBC and HSBC will have no liability for the services provided by EY.