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Tax Havens

Is Guam a Seductive Tax Haven or an IRS Nightmare?

In the 1990s Guam enacted a package of financial services development legislation to become a financial tax haven. Unfortunately, the IRS has now issued a notice that challenges the use of Guam trusts to shelter income from U.S. taxes.

Gambia

he GBC2 Offshore Company (International Business Companies) have 0% tax on foreign income and are exempt from withholding taxes.

French Polynesia

French Polynesian has no income taxes on individuals, no wealth taxes, and no inheritance taxes. New businesses are tax-exempt for their first 12 months of operation.

Fiji Islands

Although residents are liable to tax on taxable income accruing in or derived from Fiji or elsewhere, non-residents are only taxed on their Fijian income.

Dominica

The Commonwealth of Dominica is a major international financial centre involved in offshore banking, payment processing companies, and general corporate activities.

Djbouti

Since 1949 Djibouti has been operating a free-port - ‘Djibouti Free-zone’. Apart from other incentives, foreign companies domiciled in the free-port can receive a five to ten-year tax exemption.

Since 1949 Djibouti has been operating a free-port - ‘Djibouti Free-zone’. Apart from other incentives, foreign companies domiciled in the free-port can receive a five to ten-year tax exemption

Czech Republic

From 1968 to 1989 Czechoslovakia was occupied by the Soviets. In 1989 the communist regime collapsed and a market economy was reintroduced.

Choosing a Tax Haven - Reputation

Doing business through a tax haven has the potential to enhance or damage a company’s corporate reputation.

Choosing a Tax Haven - Political Risk

Political risk is the risk faced by investors and corporations that political decisions, events, or conditions will significantly affect the profitability of a business.

Choosing a Tax Haven - Location, Proximity and Accessibility

When choosing a tax haven, its location, proximity and accessibility can be a deal breaker.
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