Guatemala is a popular tax haven

Guatemala is a popular tax haven

Guatemala tax haven

Capital city:                Guatemala City
Currency:                    Quetzal (GTQ)   
Population                 16,582,469
Language:                  Spanish    
GDP:                            USD$139 billion 
GDP per capita:        USD$8,382

Guatemala is a Central American country bordered by Mexico, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador. The territory of modern Guatemala once formed the core of the Maya civilisation, which extended across Mesoamerica.

Guatemala’s popularity as a tax haven is due to its business companies. These companies can operate in both Guatemala and foreign jurisdictions, and only pay tax on Guatemala sourced income. Guatemala companies provide confidentiality and privacy for their beneficial owners. The identity of Guatemala company shareholders and directors is not in any public records. 

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