Offshore Companies

offshore company formations

Offshore Companies

Offshore companies are a legal, sensible way for individuals and business owners to pay less tax. An offshore company can be used to help provide for your family, avoid inheritence tax, capital gains tax and much more. The setting up process and incorporation can be complex and confusing and many websites are simply online resellers who do not explain some of the essential and basic requirements that come with forming an offshore company. For example, many people pay a low set up fee in advance for a company, only to realize that they are not able to open a suitable bank account further down the line. BY choosing Intelligent Formations we can assist you from the very start of the process and ensure that your company is structured correctly from the start with NO HIDDEN FEES and explain fully the need, if any, for the certfication of you personal and Company documents, due diligence procedures and whether the use of a nominee service is advisable.

At Intelligent Formations we are experienced company formation experts and corporate service providers. We have many trusted international associated agents that we work alongside and can provide a cost effective professional service.

An offshore company works just in the same way that a UK company works. For example clients are given original company certificates, memorandums of articles and association, and a choice of international banking services which can be opened from the UK. Some, not all of the jurisdictions we work with are Tax Free havens and we can advise clients on confidential structures to legally minimize their tax burdens and privacy requirements.

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Intelligent Formations Limited and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. Material on this page has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.