What is an offshore company?
First and foremost, it is essential to define the term Offshore. Offshore relates to managing, registering, conducting, or operating in a foreign country, often with financial, legal and tax benefits.
An offshore company has a variety of uses and benefits for clients wishing to engage in international financial trade and investment activities. Depending on the specific offshore jurisdiction, an offshore company may have the following features and advantages: Ease of Incorporation, Minimal Fees, No Foreign Exchange Controls, High Confidentiality, Tax Benefits
- Offshore Company Formation/Setup - How it works?
- Why should I use OffshoreCompanyCorp to open my offshore company?
- Which jurisdiction should I choose for my company?
- Who should use an offshore company?
- Do I have to pay taxes on profit or interest earned by my company?
- When do I have to pay my company's yearly fees (Renewal Fees)?
- Can the same person be a shareholder of the company and act as its director at the same time?
- What is the difference between a shareholder and a director?
- What is a shelf company?
- Can I choose the name of my company?
- Does my company have to provide accounts to any tax authority?
- How long will it take for me to receive my corporate documents?
- How can I settle my company fees?
- Why are your fees lower than those of your competitors?
- What is Benefits of the Apostille and which countries recognise Apostille certificates?