Articles And Special Features Tagged 'offshore trusts'

Offshore Companies

Offshore Companies

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 18 January, 2016

The term "offshore" when used to describe a country or territory with very low rates of tax has come to be used almost pejoratively these days. However, in the vast majority of countries, the use of "offshore" companies and bank accounts... Read Full Article »

Tags: company formation | business | Tax | Offshore | expatriates | professionals | retirement | investment | trusts | legislation | law | asset protection | offshore trusts | banking secrecy | offshore | services | banking | financial services | fees | tax |

 

Are We About To Witness The Demise Of The UK Non-Dom?

Are We About To Witness The Demise Of The UK Non-Dom?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 09 April, 2015

The tax status of (usually well-heeled) long-term foreign residents in the United Kingdom hit the headlines again recently as the opposition Labour Party pledged to abolish the non-domicile tax rules if its wins the general election on May 7... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Tax | budget | individuals | entrepreneurs | investment | United Kingdom | trusts | law | offshore trusts | offshore | tax | revenue statistics | tax rates |

 

Singapore: Asia's Business Epicenter

Singapore: Asia's Business Epicenter

Sponsored by Rikvin, 22 June, 2012

Located in South East Asia, Singapore is a highly developed and successful free market economy which enjoys an open and corruption-free environment, stable prices, a low tax regime and a per capita GDP equal to that of most parts of Western Europe. Read Full Article »

Tags: double tax agreement (DTA) | company formation | Tax | stock exchanges | investment | Singapore | trusts | offshore banking | asset protection | offshore trusts | offshore | offshore company formation | marine | banking | tax credits | corporation tax | tax | capital gains tax (CGT) | tax incentives | individual income tax |

 

Barbados

Barbados

by Investors Offshore Editorial, May 2012 , 25 May, 2012

This feature focuses on the Caribbean island of Barbados. More famous for its beaches and as a destination for millions of tourists than as a location for offshore business, Barbados has nonetheless developed a well regulated financial services industry offering a surprisingly wide array of offshore products from banking to trusts to insurance. Whilst the island is not quite on a par with the higher profile offshore centres in the region, such as Bermuda or the Cayman Islands, for the investor, Barbados offers economic and political stability along with a number of tax and investment incentives, and close economic ties with the United States. Read Full Article »

Tags: double tax agreement (DTA) | business | Tax | Barbados | trusts | offshore trusts | offshore | banking | insurance | real-estate | tax |

 

 




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