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Nevis Business, Taxation and Offshore Information

Nevis Business, Taxation and Offshore Information

Nevis is in the Caribbean Sea, about one-third of the way from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago. The climate is tropical, tempered by constant sea breezes and there is little seasonal temperature variation. The rainy season is from May to November. There can be hurricanes between July and October.

The majority of the population occupies the capital of Charlestown. Nevis’s Newcastle Airport is only capable of handling light aircraft. Long-haul flights from the US and Europe connect to Nevis via St Kitts. There is a regular ferry service between the two islands.

Nevis was settled by the British in 1628 and the federation of St. Kitts and Nevis finally attained full political independence within the Commonwealth in 1983. Nevis has acquired autonomy within the Federation, together with its own Legislature and Cabinet. A 1998 referendum to separate from St. Kitts fell short of the two-thirds majority needed. The independence issue hasn't gone away, but there have since been signs of rapprochement between the two islands under the leadership of Joseph Parry of the Nevis Reformation Party. More »

 

Nevis Knowledge Base

Nevis: Country and Foreign Investment
A quick overview of Nevis - its history, geography, and business advantages.
Nevis Executive Summary »
Nevis Geography »
Nevis Population, Language and Culture »
Nevis Government »
Nevis Economy and Currency »
Nevis Entry and Residence »
Nevis Citizenship Act 1984 »
Nevis Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation »
Nevis Business Environment »
Nevis Investment Incentive Schemes »

Nevis: Types of Company
A look at various types of company in Nevis, providing options to suit different business needs.
Nevis International Business Company »
Nevis Limited Liability Company »
Nevis International Exempt Trust »
Nevis Multiform Foundations Ordinance »

Nevis: Tax-Efficient Sectors
These pages examine tax-efficient sectors in Nevis, in order to identify which business forms have available tax incentives.
Nevis Tax-Efficiency Introduction »
Nevis Forms of Offshore Operation »
Nevis Tax Treatment of Offshore Operations »
Nevis Regulation Of Banking »
Nevis Trusts »
Nevis Taxation of Foreign Employees of Offshore Operations »
Nevis Employment & Residence »

Nevis: Law of Offshore
A hub for information about the main laws and statutes affecting offshore and non-resident businesses in Nevis.
Nevis Table of Statutes »
Nevis Banking Law »
Nevis Insurance Law »
Nevis Trust Law »
Nevis Investment Fund Legislation »
Nevis Anti-Money Laundering Legislation »

Nevis: Domestic Corporate Taxation
A guide detailing the scope and rate of taxes affecting companies in Nevis.
Nevis Corporate Tax Introduction »
Nevis Corporate Income Tax »
Nevis Unincorporated Business Tax »
Nevis Withholding Tax »
Nevis Import Taxes »

Nevis: Personal Taxation
An overview of applicable taxes for individuals in Nevis.
Nevis Personal Tax Introduction »
Nevis Capital Gains Tax »
Nevis Property Taxes »

Nevis: Double Tax Treaties
Treaties and international agreements that Nevis has in place, to mitigate the effects of double taxation.
Nevis Tax Treaty Introduction »
Nevis Other International Agreements »
Nevis Anti-Money Laundering Measures »
Nevis The Inter-American Convention against Corruption »

Nevis: Related Information
Other useful information pertinent to Nevis.
Map of Nevis »

 

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