Asked in Offshore (General) for Liberia
I am a Canadian HR Consultant considering a contract with a company working out of Liberia. Initially the contract will be for about 3 months with at least some of that time working directly in Liberia. I've been told that any work done in Liberia will be taxed there. Canada does not have a tax treaty protecting me from double taxation (actually I read that one has been signed but isn't being used. Can anyone confirm that I will need to pay Liberian taxes? And if so, how I protect myself from double taxation? Thanks very much
Hi You can explore the option of setting up an offshore company in Dubai and request the company to make the payment to the Dubai company. If you need any assistance in setting up the offshore company - please contact - email@example.com Thanks, Piyush.
Hello Canadian Consultant Not certain if you are still looking for an offshore jurisdiction. I am also from Vancouver Canada operating as a financial consultant from offshore. You could request the company to make the payment in any offshore jurisdiction you wish, where you will need to set up an account whether a corporation with a bank account or in a Foundation Trust. However, as a third party suggests Panama. You do not pay taxes there for any gains on income arriving out side of Panama. None. I am there as well. Hope this helps you for further facilitation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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