• Off shore Tax Shelter Information & why use International Tax Havens?

    http://www.thepanamalawyer.com Detailed explanation of who has already moved to Offshore Business Model.What are the benefits of an Off shore company in Panama and why consider Panama as one of the Worlds best Tax Havens

    published: 05 Dec 2008
  • two minute challenge - offshore tax shelters.

    I try to explain how offshore tax havens are used to minimise the amount of taxes a corporation pays.

    published: 17 Aug 2011
  • KPMG allegedly involved in offshore tax "sham"

    Tax officials allege the accounting giant crafted an offshore scheme to let rich Canadians avoid tax. We investigate how it works and why it's being kept under wraps. Click here for the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3234876 »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leadin...

    published: 22 Sep 2015
  • New study of offshore tax shelters

    published: 04 Apr 2013
  • Google's $2 Billion Tax Shelter

    "By funneling nearly $10 billion in revenue into a Bermuda shell company last year, Google dodged about $2 billion in income taxes worldwide, Bloomberg News reports, citing financial records. The off-shore tax shelter — legal in the United States and elsewhere — cut Google's tax rate nearly in half, Bloomberg says. Bermuda has no corporate income tax. Bloomberg says the amount saved was about 80% of the company's pre-tax profit."* Google has employed some pretty impressive tricks in avoiding paying their taxes, keeping $2 billion they should have paid in taxes worldwide. But don't worry, someone else will pay the bill. Us. Will the U.S. government crack down on Google? Cenk Uygur knows the answer. *Read more from Michael Winter/ USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2012/12/10/...

    published: 11 Dec 2012
  • What is the Delaware Loophole

    A tax haven is a jurisdiction where particular taxes, such as an inheritance tax or income tax, are levied at a low rate or not at all. It may also refer to a state, country, or territory which maintains a system of financial secrecy, which enables foreign individuals to hide assets or income to avoid or reduce taxes in the home jurisdiction. Earnings from income generated from real estate (i.e. by renting property owned in an offshore jurisdiction) can also be eliminated in this way. If taxes (if any) are paid in the tax haven jurisdiction, companies can avoid taxes in their home jurisdiction because the tax had already been paid in the lower tax rate jurisdiction. Some taxes (such as inheritance tax on the real estate, VAT on the initial purchase price of the real estate, or transfer tax...

    published: 21 May 2016
  • President Obama vows to end offshore tax shelters

    President Obama pledged to crack down on American companies and individuals who evade taxes via offshore tax havens.

    published: 06 May 2009
  • Taxation Offshore Tax Shelters Why they are difficult to detect

    This presentation will provide examples of how tax havens work including references to the Panama Leaks. The presentation is about solutions including involvement of all countries around the world as part of stronger banking regulations as well as tax treaties. The presentation will talk about the UN and its needs to provide more oversight and audits when it comes to foreign aid.

    published: 17 Apr 2016
  • Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 1

    Visit Us Today! http://www.wealthprotectionreport.co.uk Online Tax Planning and Tax Publishing View Our Latest... Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 1 There are now numerous anti avoidance provisions that can apply, however for the well advised there are still options available to use these tax efficiently. The big advantage of an offshore trust is that, just like all non residents it is exempt from UK tax on foreign income, and exempt from UK CGT (unless the assets sold are UK business assets). This could lead to massive tax planning advantages. The difficulties come in side stepping the anti avoidance rules that can tax UK settlors and beneficiaries on the trust income and capital gains. Here's the top uses for offshore trusts: 1. When the settlors/beneficiaries a...

    published: 21 Nov 2013
  • The Tax Free Tour (vpro backlight documentary)

    "Where do multinationals pay taxes and how much?" Gaining insight from international tax experts, Backlight director Marije Meerman ('Quants' & 'Money & Speed'), takes a look at tax havens, the people who live there and the routes along which tax is avoided globally. Those routes go by resounding names like 'Cayman Special', 'Double Irish', and 'Dutch Sandwich'. A financial world operates in the shadows surrounded by a high level of secrecy. A place where sizeable capital streams travel the world at the speed of light and avoid paying tax. The Tax Free Tour is an economic thriller mapping the systemic risk for governments and citizens alike. Is this the price we have to pay for globalised capitalism? At the same time, the free online game "Taxodus" by Femke Herregraven is launched. In th...

    published: 25 Mar 2013
  • Ras Al Khaimah Company Formation | Low-cost Tax Shelter

    https://www.varaluae.com/company-formation-in-dubai/freezone-company-in-uae/ras-al-khaimah-company-formation Ras Al Khaimah company formation: RAKIA free zone start-up cost, documents required, employee visa RAKIA free zone companies are absolutely tax free. No income, wealth, capital gains or sales taxes are levied. Ras Al Khaimah company formation in Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority (RAKIA) free zone starts at AED 21,000 [US$ 5,753], not including minimal office space for a commercial trading license. This financial fee goes up for different license types and company types and other license setup costs are more. Ras Al Khaimah company formation register renewal fee starts at AED 15,000 [US$ 4110]. Documents required are: Your passport Utility bill from your residence as proof of...

    published: 12 Jul 2015
  • Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning 2014 15

    BOOK REVIEW CLARKE’S OFFSHORE TAX PLANNING 2014-15 By Giles Clarke, Dominic Lawrance and Alice Wilne TOLLEY/LEXISNEXIS ISBN: 978 1 40578 812 0 www.lexisnexis.co.uk ANOTHER EXCELLENT EDITION OF “CLARKE ON OFFSHORE TAX PLANNING” FOR 2014-2015 An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Giles Clarke has maintained his excellent statement on offshore tax planning for the current financial year 2014-15 as we enter a new era in 2015 with a general election and its aftermath for taxation policy… and possible effects on this particular area of tax! We have reviewed this title in the past and endorse our previous analysis that the work concentrates on how offshore trusts, companies and other entities can be used as ‘a legitimate shelter’ from...

    published: 06 Dec 2014
  • Tax Havens • Explained With Maps

    Tax havens play an important role in the globalization of capital markets, but also threaten their stability and structure. What are the properties of tax havens? How profit private persons, companies and the organized crime from tax havens? Video transcript and images: http://explainedwithmaps.com/tax-havens/

    published: 10 Jan 2015
  • How to go Offshore? & avoid Paying High Taxes

    http://www.thepanamalawyer.com Ever considered taking your business offshore? You could reduce or eliminate paying taxes, protect your assets in an Offshore Tax Haven, and benefit from Offshore Privacy Protection.

    published: 10 Nov 2008
  • Plutocracy: TARP and Corporations avoiding taxes w/ off-shore accounts

    from The Nation Government Accountability Office calculated in 2008 that 83 of the US's 100 corporations hide fortunes in tax havens [PDF] http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-09-157 Bailout Recipients http://projects.propublica.org/bailout/list/index According to a congressional report, the cost of offshore tax abuses could be as high as $100 billion per year http://assets.opencrs.com/rpts/R40623_20090709.pdf

    published: 23 Mar 2011
  • Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 2

    Visit Us Today! http://www.wealthprotectionreport.co.uk Online Tax Planning and Tax Publishing View Our Latest... Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 2 As a CGT shelter where family are excluded As we've seen above the anti avoidance rules attribute capital gains to the settlor where beneficiaries include: • the settlor • his spouse • their children and their spouses • their grandchildren and their spouses Therefore if an offshore trust was made by remote relations or friends of the beneficiaries they could be effective in avoiding capital gains tax being attributed to the settlor. A good option for this is to hold shares in newly formed trading companies. The initial set up cost would be low and you could always ask a remote relation to set up the trust. You could ...

    published: 21 Nov 2013
Off shore Tax Shelter Information & why use International Tax Havens?

Off shore Tax Shelter Information & why use International Tax Havens?

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http://www.thepanamalawyer.com Detailed explanation of who has already moved to Offshore Business Model.What are the benefits of an Off shore company in Panama and why consider Panama as one of the Worlds best Tax Havens
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two minute challenge - offshore tax shelters.

two minute challenge - offshore tax shelters.

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I try to explain how offshore tax havens are used to minimise the amount of taxes a corporation pays.
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KPMG allegedly involved in offshore tax "sham"

KPMG allegedly involved in offshore tax "sham"

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Tax officials allege the accounting giant crafted an offshore scheme to let rich Canadians avoid tax. We investigate how it works and why it's being kept under wraps. Click here for the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3234876 »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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New study of offshore tax shelters

New study of offshore tax shelters

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Google's $2 Billion Tax Shelter

Google's $2 Billion Tax Shelter

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"By funneling nearly $10 billion in revenue into a Bermuda shell company last year, Google dodged about $2 billion in income taxes worldwide, Bloomberg News reports, citing financial records. The off-shore tax shelter — legal in the United States and elsewhere — cut Google's tax rate nearly in half, Bloomberg says. Bermuda has no corporate income tax. Bloomberg says the amount saved was about 80% of the company's pre-tax profit."* Google has employed some pretty impressive tricks in avoiding paying their taxes, keeping $2 billion they should have paid in taxes worldwide. But don't worry, someone else will pay the bill. Us. Will the U.S. government crack down on Google? Cenk Uygur knows the answer. *Read more from Michael Winter/ USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2012/12/10/google-bermuda-shell-company-2-billion-tax-dodge/1759833/ Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http://www.youtube.com/user/theyoungturks Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tytnation Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/theyoungturks Support TYT for FREE by doing your Amazon shopping through this link (bookmark it!) http://www.amazon.com/?tag=theyoungturks-20 Buy TYT Merch: http://theyoungturks.spreadshirt.com/ Support The Young Turks by becoming a member of TYT Nation at http://www.tytnetwork.com/member-options/ Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. In exchange, we provided members only bonuses! We tape a special Post Game show Mon-Thurs and you get access to the entire live show at your convenience in video, audio and podcast formats. Become a member: http://www.tytnetwork.com/membership
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What is the Delaware Loophole

What is the Delaware Loophole

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A tax haven is a jurisdiction where particular taxes, such as an inheritance tax or income tax, are levied at a low rate or not at all. It may also refer to a state, country, or territory which maintains a system of financial secrecy, which enables foreign individuals to hide assets or income to avoid or reduce taxes in the home jurisdiction. Earnings from income generated from real estate (i.e. by renting property owned in an offshore jurisdiction) can also be eliminated in this way. If taxes (if any) are paid in the tax haven jurisdiction, companies can avoid taxes in their home jurisdiction because the tax had already been paid in the lower tax rate jurisdiction. Some taxes (such as inheritance tax on the real estate, VAT on the initial purchase price of the real estate, or transfer tax, annual immovable property taxes, and municipal real estate taxes) cannot be avoided or reduced, as these are levied by the country the real estate where the property is located, and hence need to be paid just the same as any other resident of that country. The only thing that can be done is picking a country that has the smallest rates on these taxes (or even no such taxes at all) before buying any real estate. Individuals or corporate entities may establish shell subsidiaries or move themselves to areas with reduced or no taxation levels relative to typical international taxation. This creates a situation of tax competition among jurisdictions. Different jurisdictions may be havens for different types of taxes, and for different categories of people or companies. sovereign jurisdictions or self-governing territories under international law have the power to enact tax laws affecting their territories, unless limited by previous international treaties. A 2012 report by the British Tax Justice Network estimated that between US$21 trillion and $32 trillion is sheltered from taxes in unreported tax havens worldwide. If such wealth earns 3% annually and such capital gains were taxed at 30%, it would generate between $190 billion and $280 billion in tax revenues, more than any other tax shelter. If such hidden offshore assets are considered, many countries with governments nominally in debt are shown to be net creditor nations. However, despite being widely quoted, the methodology used in the calculations has been questioned, and the tax policy director of the Chartered Institute of Taxation also expressed skepticism over the accuracy of the figures. Another recent study estimated the amount of global offshore wealth at the smaller—but still sizable—figure of US$7.6 trillion. This estimate included financial assets only: "My method probably delivers a lower bound, in part because it only captures financial wealth and disregards real assets. After all, high-net-worth individuals can stash works of art, jewelry, and gold in 'freeports,' warehouses that serve as repositories for valuables—Geneva, Luxembourg, and Singapore all have them. High-net-worth individuals also own real estate in foreign countries." A study of 60 large US companies found that they deposited $166 billion in offshore accounts during 2012, sheltering over 40% of their profits from U.S. taxes. Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax_haven DocumentaryFR3AK Twitter: https://twitter.com/docuFR3AK Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8Gx6FMI78NSKSj16L-37LA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012441496975
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President Obama vows to end offshore tax shelters

President Obama vows to end offshore tax shelters

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President Obama pledged to crack down on American companies and individuals who evade taxes via offshore tax havens.
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Taxation   Offshore Tax Shelters   Why they are difficult to detect

Taxation Offshore Tax Shelters Why they are difficult to detect

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This presentation will provide examples of how tax havens work including references to the Panama Leaks. The presentation is about solutions including involvement of all countries around the world as part of stronger banking regulations as well as tax treaties. The presentation will talk about the UN and its needs to provide more oversight and audits when it comes to foreign aid.
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Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 1

Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 1

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  • Updated: 21 Nov 2013
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Visit Us Today! http://www.wealthprotectionreport.co.uk Online Tax Planning and Tax Publishing View Our Latest... Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 1 There are now numerous anti avoidance provisions that can apply, however for the well advised there are still options available to use these tax efficiently. The big advantage of an offshore trust is that, just like all non residents it is exempt from UK tax on foreign income, and exempt from UK CGT (unless the assets sold are UK business assets). This could lead to massive tax planning advantages. The difficulties come in side stepping the anti avoidance rules that can tax UK settlors and beneficiaries on the trust income and capital gains. Here's the top uses for offshore trusts: 1. When the settlors/beneficiaries are non UK domiciliaries and claiming the remittance basis. They'll then be taxed on the income and (for beneficiaries) the capital gains of the trust on the remittance basis. Therefore income and gains can be retained overseas to avoid UK tax. 2. When the settlor is a non dom but doesn't claim the remittance basis. Here the offshore trust can be attractive in terms of avoiding CGT as the rule that attributes gains of offshore trusts to their UK settlors doesn't apply to non UK domiciliaries. Therefore the trust can be used as a capital gain shelter. 3. As a shelter for overseas income where the motive exemption applies. Where there is a sound commercial reason for the use of the trust the anti avoidance rules that attribute income to UK settlors doesn't apply. 4. Where the settlor is dead. The anti avoidance rules that attribute capital gains to the settlor won't apply if the settlor is dead. If the transfer to the trust is made on death an ancillary benefit to this is that any capital gain to the date of death is eliminated. Visit Us Today! http://www.wealthprotectionreport.co.uk Online Tax Planning and Tax Publishing View Our Latest...
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The Tax Free Tour (vpro backlight documentary)

The Tax Free Tour (vpro backlight documentary)

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"Where do multinationals pay taxes and how much?" Gaining insight from international tax experts, Backlight director Marije Meerman ('Quants' & 'Money & Speed'), takes a look at tax havens, the people who live there and the routes along which tax is avoided globally. Those routes go by resounding names like 'Cayman Special', 'Double Irish', and 'Dutch Sandwich'. A financial world operates in the shadows surrounded by a high level of secrecy. A place where sizeable capital streams travel the world at the speed of light and avoid paying tax. The Tax Free Tour is an economic thriller mapping the systemic risk for governments and citizens alike. Is this the price we have to pay for globalised capitalism? At the same time, the free online game "Taxodus" by Femke Herregraven is launched. In the game, the player can select the profile of a multinational and look for the global route to pay as little tax as possible. Director: Marije Meerman VPRO Backlight March 2013 Our globalized world causes societies, economies and cultures to seek a new balance. VPRO Documentaries reflects on this with new features every week. We research subjects like politics, world economy, society and science with experts and try to grasp the essence of prominent trends and developments. So subscribe to our channel and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you! Visit additional youtube channels bij vpro broadcast: vpro Broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC75PWWQrls0z6fh0loY5I4Q vpro Metropolis: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpnazGScKQfGauk7YNyI21w vpro Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9sXw4ZdPEIp6bYGvLW-_iA vpro World Stories: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqJ6GC0klkbFuQa-0ZePqkQ vpro Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTLrhK07g6LP-JtT0VVE56A vpro VG (world music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KX3q7zIz7s2rjooBfl6Nw vpro 3voor12 (alternative music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-p9faJQsBObRNiKY8QF2NQ vpro 3voor12 extra (music stories): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtgVYRLGraeL9rGMiM3rBHA
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Ras Al Khaimah Company Formation | Low-cost Tax Shelter

Ras Al Khaimah Company Formation | Low-cost Tax Shelter

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https://www.varaluae.com/company-formation-in-dubai/freezone-company-in-uae/ras-al-khaimah-company-formation Ras Al Khaimah company formation: RAKIA free zone start-up cost, documents required, employee visa RAKIA free zone companies are absolutely tax free. No income, wealth, capital gains or sales taxes are levied. Ras Al Khaimah company formation in Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority (RAKIA) free zone starts at AED 21,000 [US$ 5,753], not including minimal office space for a commercial trading license. This financial fee goes up for different license types and company types and other license setup costs are more. Ras Al Khaimah company formation register renewal fee starts at AED 15,000 [US$ 4110]. Documents required are: Your passport Utility bill from your residence as proof of address Ras Al Khaimah company formation minimum capital accounts that is registered is around AED 150,000 [US$ 41,100]. However this need not be shown as paid. No proof is demanded. If there is only one shareholder, then personal presence is not required. What if you need employee visas? If you need any employee visas you need to have a shared flexi-desk established at about AED 8,000 [US$ 2,200] per annum terms. This allows you to be eligible for ownership of legal visas. The 1 year limit visa costs are around AED 5,500 [US$ 1,512]. RAKIA free zone foreign company formation fee for completing the licensing process is AED 13,000 [US$ 3562] but can be lower depending on your requirements. The cost of processing the visas is separate. For this fee you get an absolute commitment to ensure that your work is completed at the earliest possible. The specific agent activities that you need to do in your company will define the kind of annual license you need for your users.
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Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning 2014 15

Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning 2014 15

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BOOK REVIEW CLARKE’S OFFSHORE TAX PLANNING 2014-15 By Giles Clarke, Dominic Lawrance and Alice Wilne TOLLEY/LEXISNEXIS ISBN: 978 1 40578 812 0 www.lexisnexis.co.uk ANOTHER EXCELLENT EDITION OF “CLARKE ON OFFSHORE TAX PLANNING” FOR 2014-2015 An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Giles Clarke has maintained his excellent statement on offshore tax planning for the current financial year 2014-15 as we enter a new era in 2015 with a general election and its aftermath for taxation policy… and possible effects on this particular area of tax! We have reviewed this title in the past and endorse our previous analysis that the work concentrates on how offshore trusts, companies and other entities can be used as ‘a legitimate shelter’ from UK taxation. We use these words carefully as offshore tax planning does get a bad press because it’s an area which is both difficult and controversial to many people including the government and HMRC. Do read the main introduction which sets the scene nicely for what Clarke sets out to achieve when he writes that “this book is about tax planning… it does not, and never has, covered artificial tax avoidance schemes”. He and his co-authors Dominic Lawrance and Alice Wilne go on to say that the planning strategies described in the book presuppose that all tax liabilities are properly returned and that full disclosure of all relevant facts are disclosed to HMRC “so that the efficacy or otherwise of what is set up can be determined in a proper and open manner”. They conclude saying that “such openness and disclosure is essential both to achieve finality and because anything less risks being evasion and may therefore be criminal”. We felt that it was very important to reiterate what the authors and LexisNexis say here because of the continued publicity and current government drive to deal fairly with ‘the tax issue’ because of the heavy media interest and commentaries which regularly appear in the UK press. Offshore tax planning is rightly described as “diffuse in concept” because it engages many overlapping areas. The book is well over 1200 pages and separated into Parts A, B, C and D covering: planning; the domestic legal framework; UK anti-avoidance legislation; and international agreements. For many readers, Part A will be of greatest significance setting out the planning opportunities and techniques which are available to individuals who are both resident and domiciled in the UK. The content of the new 21st edition has certainly come of age with its blend of change over the last year including new material on partnerships and useful guidance on the identification of non-UK investments as we continue to become more global. There is also an excellent discussion on changes to the remittance basis in relation to employment arrangements and the use of offshore assets as collateral for loans used in the UK. If anything, this year’s edition fulfils everything which the offshore tax planner needs to know in the current hot atmosphere of concern over who actually does pay tax in this country and what is legitimate as a method of prudent fiscal planning. Thank you for continuing to present your suggestions so well! The law is as stated on 31st August 2014 although one or two developments after that date have been included.
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Tax Havens • Explained With Maps

Tax Havens • Explained With Maps

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Tax havens play an important role in the globalization of capital markets, but also threaten their stability and structure. What are the properties of tax havens? How profit private persons, companies and the organized crime from tax havens? Video transcript and images: http://explainedwithmaps.com/tax-havens/
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How to go Offshore? & avoid Paying High Taxes

How to go Offshore? & avoid Paying High Taxes

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http://www.thepanamalawyer.com Ever considered taking your business offshore? You could reduce or eliminate paying taxes, protect your assets in an Offshore Tax Haven, and benefit from Offshore Privacy Protection.
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Plutocracy: TARP and Corporations avoiding taxes w/ off-shore accounts

Plutocracy: TARP and Corporations avoiding taxes w/ off-shore accounts

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from The Nation Government Accountability Office calculated in 2008 that 83 of the US's 100 corporations hide fortunes in tax havens [PDF] http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-09-157 Bailout Recipients http://projects.propublica.org/bailout/list/index According to a congressional report, the cost of offshore tax abuses could be as high as $100 billion per year http://assets.opencrs.com/rpts/R40623_20090709.pdf
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Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 2

Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 2

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Visit Us Today! http://www.wealthprotectionreport.co.uk Online Tax Planning and Tax Publishing View Our Latest... Top Tax Planning Uses For Offshore Trusts - Part 2 As a CGT shelter where family are excluded As we've seen above the anti avoidance rules attribute capital gains to the settlor where beneficiaries include: • the settlor • his spouse • their children and their spouses • their grandchildren and their spouses Therefore if an offshore trust was made by remote relations or friends of the beneficiaries they could be effective in avoiding capital gains tax being attributed to the settlor. A good option for this is to hold shares in newly formed trading companies. The initial set up cost would be low and you could always ask a remote relation to set up the trust. You could also take advantage of the current low property prices and purchase bargain basement property via an offshore trust. Provided the set up was by remote relations any subsequent increase in value could be free of CGT if retained overseas. You'd need to be careful to ensure that you weren't classed as the settlor if you were actually contributing to the trust in some way. If you could therefore get the friend/relation to settle funds on the trust out of their own funds this would avoid the problem. If there is some kind of reciprocal arrangement with you routing cash back to the friend to compensate them for the cost they incurred this could well be treated as you being the settlor. As a foreign income shelter where you and your spouse are excluded from benefiting (eg a Childrens or Grandchildrens settlement). The anti avoidance rules that applies for income are much less stringent than capital gains. Therefore you could shelter foreign investment income in a trust for the benefit of your children. Visit Us Today! http://www.wealthprotectionreport.co.uk Online Tax Planning and Tax Publishing View Our Latest...
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