This book provides a comprehensive, step-by-step plan that simplifies the myriad complexities surrounding the formation and incorporation of branch offices and subsidiary companies within such havens as the Bahamas, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Greece, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Panama, Puerto Rico and Switzerland. In addition, it presents detailed information on each tax haven's economic, legal, political, cultural and geographical aspects, which must be considered if such an enterprise is to operate successfully. In this compact and informative volume, Adam Starchild reveals the secrets of tax haven business planning for the corporate executive. He details the theory and practice of haven dealings and the incorporation of holding and operating companies. He spells out the advantages and disadvantages of the multitude of haven uses that are available to all companies having any international facets to their business - whether it be manufacturing, importing components, exporting, or services.
Tax Havens: An Introduction - Establishing the Foreign Company - Who Can and Cannot Benefit from Tax Havens - Tax Haven Classifications - Tax Havens with No Income Tax - Tax Havens with No Tax on Foreign Source Income - Tax Havens for Special Purposes - Special Legislation for Regional Offices of International Companies - Switzerland: Not All That It is Alleged To Be - Liechtenstein: A Special Case - Conclusion - Index