International tax planning

Tax planning is generally understood as the "detailed plan that allows the maximum tax savings of a comprehensive and durable fiscal operator". This plan may include international transactions or transactions involving non-resident entities, an area called International Tax Planning. In practice, this term means a set of economic and financial activities whose objective is to obtain the greatest tax savings, take advantage of differences in international law and optimize corporate profits to the maximum. International tax planning structures for the protection of property are often based on the combination of several offshore services.  

Complex asset protection systems are very creative, include many jurisdictions and are expensive. A common step in the design of these schemes is to separate the final beneficiary from the control of the properties, so that the property is transferred, for example, to the name of a resident Fiduciary of another offshore jurisdiction, while the control of the property remains with the client. 

We choose the best jurisdiction for the type of entity that is created: international commercial companies, local network administrators, insurance companies or trusts or family trusts with theoretically "impenetrable" banking secrecy.  

Flexible structures are chosen ready for changes that may arise in the circumstances and needs of the client, and the context in which it operates. At some point, you may want to use partnership with bearer shares, which would otherwise be available in fewer and fewer offshore jurisdictions, the provisions for moving the trust to another jurisdiction in case of legal prosecution, the courts are slow and very careful with the requests of judges from third countries and other extraterritorial varieties. The separation of ownership of property generally occurs between personal property, cash, funds, shares or bonds of immovable property, more exposed or dangerous. It is based on the diversification of investments that allows an international scheme. In this context of continuous change, it will be taken into account that the funds must be willing to be transferred or transferred constantly.