Tax Havens


2 July 2019

          Capital city:                Banjul Currency:                    Dalasi (GMD)     Population:               1,882,450    Language:                  English    GDP:             …

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French Polynesia

11 June 2019

Capital city:               Pape’ete Currency:                   CFP franc (XPF)       Population:               268,270    Language:                 French     GDP:                         …

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Fiji Islands

23 April 2019

Capital city:                Suva      Currency:                    Fijian dollar (FJD)    Population:                898,760    Language:                  English and iTaukei   GDP:             …

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9 April 2019

             Capital city:                Roseau  Currency:                    East Caribbean dollar (XCD)      Population:                73,543   Language:                  English     GDP:     …

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24 March 2019

     Capital city:                Djibouti Currency:                    Djiboutian franc (DJF) Population:                942,333   Language:                  French and Arabic      GDP:             …

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Tax Savings Strategy 219 | Avoid the Luxury Car Tax

19 February 2019

The luxury car tax (LCT) is a tax on cars with a GST inclusive value above the LCT threshold ($66,331 as at 2018/19). LCT is imposed at the rate of 33% above the LCT threshold. LCT is paid by businesses that sell or import luxury cars, and individuals who import luxury cars. Taxpayers can avoid…

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Czech Republic

31 December 2018

             Capital city:                Prague      Currency:                    Czech koruna (CZK)       Population:                10,610,947   Language:                  Czech    GDP:   …

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Choosing a Tax Haven – Reputation

30 October 2018

  For many companies, their greatest asset is their good name or reputation. The main benefits of a good corporate reputation are: The customer’s preference in doing business with you (when competitors can provide similar goods and services at a similar cost and quality).  The ability to charge a premium for products and services. Stakeholder…

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Choosing a Tax Haven – Political Risk

25 October 2018

Political risk is the risk faced by investors and corporations that political decisions, events, or conditions will significantly affect the profitability of a business. This will include macroeconomic and social policies (fiscal, monetary, trade, investment, industrial, income, labour, and developmental), or events related to political instability (terrorism, riots, coups, civil war, and insurrection). Tax havens…

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Tax Savings Strategy 214 – First Home Saver Scheme

18 October 2018

From 1st July 2017, taxpayers can contribute up to $15,000 per year in voluntary contributions (up to $30,000 in total), that can be withdrawn for a first home deposit. The contributions must be made into their superannuation account and be within an individual’s existing contribution caps. The contributions and earnings are both taxed in the…

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