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Las offshore companies They are companies that are characterized by being registered in a country or territory, normally a tax haven, in which they do not carry out any economic or commercial activity. They are also called non-resident companies. They are controlled by foreign companies or individuals who carry out their business in other parts of the world and only use these jurisdictions as the legal domicile of the company.
They benefit from very favorable legal and tax regulations. The best known are the tax advantages. The offshore companies They are not only exempt from corporation tax, but also from other taxes, such as VAT, the tax on economic activities, the inheritance and transfer tax, on wealth, on the income of individuals and on vehicles.
Before undertaking an internationalization project of a company or constitution of an offshore company It is necessary to put yourself in the hands of professionals due to the complexity and constant change in international legislation, such as Foster Swiss, an independent quality banking consultant. They will make an exhaustive and detailed study of your case to present you the best business opportunities.
AWhen choosing a jurisdiction to form an offshore company, important parameters must be taken into account. It is important to value the communications of the country in particular, as well as economic stability is vital. The country's reputation is an essential aspect to consider and, in addition, the existence of corporate laws favorable to investment, that is, that governments do not get in the way, that there is carte blanche to operate internationally.
Delaware, one of the 50 states that make up the United States of America, is the main favorite offshore territory for Ibex companies. There are located more than 200 companies owned by Spanish groups, such as Iberdrola, ACS, Santander and BBVA. After Delaware, Luxembourg, Hong Kong, Cayman Islands and Singapore are other territories preferred by the big ones of the Spanish index.