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Tax Havens

Principality of Hutt River

The province levies its own income tax of 0.5% on financial transactions by foreign companies registered in the province and personal accounts.


In 2008 Jersey abolished taxes for all companies except financial firms (which pay 10%) and utilities (which were left with the 20% rate).

Isle of Man | Tax Haven

The Isle of Man is a low-tax economy with no capital gains tax, wealth tax, stamp duty, or inheritance tax and a top rate of income tax of 20%.


There is no sales tax or state corporate income tax on goods and services provided by Delaware corporations operating outside of Delaware.


Monaco has become a major banking center with no income tax, low business taxes, and is well known for being a tax haven.


Madeira’s preferential tax regime applies to new companies which are licensed and established in Madeira’s International Business Centre during the years 2007 to 2013.


Liechtenstein levies no income taxes against any company that is domiciled there, provided the company does not receive Liechtenstein source income.


Estonia has a flat tax rate of 20% for individuals and companies. For companies, profits are only taxed when distributed to shareholders (not when earned). Therefore, companies can retain profits tax free for reinvestment.

Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands have never levied income tax, capital gains tax, or any wealth tax, making them a popular tax haven.

Vatican City

There are no taxes, no restrictions on the import or export of funds, and no customs or excise duties payable in the Vatican City.