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Tax Haven

A tax haven is a state or a country or territory where there are low tax rates or no taxes at all. Individuals and/or corporate entities can find it attractive to live or move their business to areas with reduced or zero tax. Tax havens compete amongst themselves to attract investors. Certain tax haven jurisdictions appeal more to individuals while others offer more advantages for business.

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Offshore Banking

What is offshore banking?

Offshore Banking just signifies that you have a bank account in a place outside your country of residence - more often than not in a low tax jurisdiction. Most countries which offer offshore bank accounts have strict bank secrecy laws and protection from overseas courts. Some banks will allow you to open an account by mail.


Anguilla
Andorra
Antigua & Barbuda
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
Bermuda
British Virgin Islands
Cayman Islands
Cyprus
Cook Islands
Dubai
Gibraltar
Guernsey
Hong Kong
Isle of Man
Jersey 
Labuan
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Madeira
Malta
Mauritius
Monaco
Panama
Saint Kitts & Nevis
Saint Vincent & Grenadines
Seychelles
Singapore
Switzerland
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks & Caicos
Vanuatu

What is Offshore Incorporation?

Offshore incorporation is the setup of a corporation in a country where the beneficial owner does not reside. The corporation is usually incorporated in a country or a territory which has no taxes or very low taxation. These countries are known as tax havens. Many tax havens call these companies “International Business Companies”.

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