|Bank Account in Singapore, Belize, Puerto Rico, Cook Islands, Switzerland or Mauritius||$975|
|Bank Account in Singapore, Belize, Puerto Rico, Cook Islands, Switzerland or Mauritius||$750|
Anguilla, which was formally separated from St. Kitts and Nevis in 1981, is a dependent British overseas territory that enjoys a high degree of political and economic stability with a well-regulated financial services industry.
It is truly a neutral tax jurisdiction (unlike many offshore financial services centres). There are no income, capital gains, estate, profit or other forms of direct taxation on either individuals or corporations, whether resident in Anguilla or not. So in this context Anguilla, although regarded by some as a tax haven, has an advantage over many offshore centres in that it does not have 'designer' taxation targeting offshore or non-resident business.
The Anguilla Offshore Company is based on the traditional IBC model. Chinese names are permitted and can be included on a company’s Certificate of Incorporation. Companies incorporated in any other jurisdiction may be continued in Anguilla as an Anguilla Offshore Company. An Anguilla Offshore Company can, where the laws of another jurisdiction permit, redomicile to such jurisdiction.
One of the more commended features about Anguilla’s company registration system is Anguilla Commercial On-line Registration Network (ACORN), which went live in 1998. It is able to facilitate the incorporation of companies such as International Business Companies (IBCs) and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, from anywhere in the world via the internet through licenced company managers and trust companies together with approved overseas agent.
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