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Tax Havens

From the category archives: Tax Havens

Choosing a Tax Haven - What Are You Trying to Achieve?

There are 19 different reasons to use a tax haven, some legal, and some illegal.

Luxembourg Holding Company

A Luxembourg Holding Company is a resident company in the tax haven of Luxembourg which operates subsidiaries.

Offshore Trusts

Most offshore jurisdictions have sophisticated trust laws which allow the settlor to select lengthy, fixed, perpetuity periods, or to avoid perpetuity altogether (like Jersey).

Special Limited Partnership

The Luxembourg special limited partnership (SLP) is a highly tax efficient investment vehicle that offers a high degree of contractual flexibility and cost efficiency.

International Business Companies

Hong Kong, the British Virgin Islands, and Panama have the largest numbers of registered International Business Companies (IBCs).

Offshore Finance Company

Multinational businesses often finance their Australian business investments with large amounts of overseas debt instead of equity as it is more tax effective.
Multinational businesses often finance their Australian business investments with large amounts of overseas debt instead of equity as it is more tax effective 

Costa Rica

Many foreign companies (manufacturing and services) operate in Costa Rica's Free Trade Zones where they benefit from investment and tax incentives.

Chile

Taxpayers, both individuals and companies, without a residence in Chile, only pay tax on their Chilean income.

Cape Verde

Companies, not having their head office or place of effective management in Cape Verde territory, are only subject to tax on income obtained in Cape Verde.

Canada

Canada has emerged as a tax haven for the global elite, who create shell companies with figurehead directors to evade or avoid taxes.
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