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With our assistance and service you can register an offshore company. Off-shore companies are  companies  founded  in  foreign countries (so-called tax havens) under specific conditions and  laws that operate under specific  legal and tax system and in that way  the off- shore companies acquire a special tax status.

The word  off-shore today is often seen and understood with certain degree of the prejudices and linked to criminal activities and it can be explained by media propaganda led by many governments against such  form of taxation. This is understandable, because the total costs of tax for an off-shore company  are generally much lower  than tax costs of a non off-shore company.
The most common activities of off-shore companies are from  the areas of finance and investment, insurance,  holding companies, consulting and financial services, investors, trading companies ...
Company owners and their managers  select  the headquarters of their  off-shore operations in  states which  tax systems  offer the possibility of operating with very low or zero tax rate. These areas and  states are commonly referred to as "tax havens". In the group of tax havens belong small countries such as Andorra, Cyprus, Monaco, Lihtenstain, Madeira, Panama, Bahamas, Luxemburg, Dubai, Seychelles, Hong Kong, Marshall Islands ...
These areas and states offer possibilities of making business with benefits of using a flexible tax regime.

Off-shore companies offer a number of benefits that their  owners  can achieve:

  • The reduction of tax liabilities;
  • Origin of the capital is not asked about and neither who is the owner of the capital;
  • The protection of private property;
  • The possibility of price formation in accordance with needs;
  • Managing Risk;
  • Confidentiality of information;
  • Reduction of costs;
  • Accumulation of assets;
  • Security of property rights;
  • Exemption from taxes;
  • Smaller number of constraints;
  • Access to offshore experts;
  • Free movement of capital and profits;
  • Reduced taxes;
  • Security of property rights;
  • Access to tax treaties;
  • Foreign insurance and reinsurance
  • Banking secrecy;
  • Encouraging foreign investment;
  • It is very difficult for anyone to sue an offshore company;
  • The possibility of opening a representative office;
  • Internal accounting and there's no submission of financial statements;
  • The laws are very simple

These flexible rules relating to off-shore companies provide a wide range of tax planning opportunities:

  • Agreements on avoidance of double taxation relating to dividends, interest payments and fees.
  • Establishment of Holding, the international financial headquarters.
  • Specialist operations (eg leasing).
  • Tax planning and managing personal and family wealth.