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The location of a corporate headquarters is sometimes, but not often, approached on a scientific basis. There are lots of factors that impact on the decision to stay with, move or establish a corporate headquarters, and not all of them would be immediately recognisable to a management consultant.
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There are many factors to consider when looking to relocate abroad. This section analyzes the pros and cons associated with a variety of anglophone jurisdictions. Factors examined include residence requirements, local taxation rules, and fringe benefits.
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Most governments provide tax-friendly regimes, either by supporting particular economic activities that are regarded as beneficial, or by allowing tax-planning when it delivers a public benefit.
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Fringe benefits are payments that take a different form to salary or wages. These are usually classed as taxable remuneration, though some programs can be structured to minimise taxation.
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Despite low transaction volumes and bulging treasuries, rich-country (high-tax) Governments have begun to feel seriously threatened by tax leakage via e-commerce, especially the offshore variety.
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When do you intend to retire? Where are you going to retire to? What form and amount of income do you want to have in retirement?
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If you are in the right place at the right time, investing in real estate can be one of the most profitable and enjoyable forms of medium to long term investment there is.
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The report studies how two types of international business – publicly held and privately owned – can use onshore low-tax regimes in parallel with offshore jurisdictions to make up highly tax-efficient corporate structures.
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This section examines the outlook ahead for the major offshore jurisdictions and international financial centres. From changes to laws and regulations to pressures encoutered from the EU, the OECD and the G7 countries.
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Historically, the attractions of offshore have been secrecy, low taxes and asset protection. This section will look into a variety of legislative developments and changes affecting a number of offshore regulatory regimes.
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