Category Archives: Offshore Company

Puerto Rico Tax Deal

The Puerto Rico tax deal is the inverse of the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion. Here’s why: With a Puerto Rico tax contract you can live in the US, your first $100,000 or so in salary is taxable, with rest deferred at 4%. If you live offshore and qualify for the FEIE, your first $101,300 is

Offshore Shelf Company
06/03/2015 - 10:04 AM
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I’m frequently asked about the use of offshore shelf companies in international business. If you are debating between forming a new offshore corporation or buying an offshore shelf company, read this article before spending the extra cash. Some online incorporators market offshore shelf companies as the greatest invention since the numbered bank account. I think

IRS Data Collection
11/14/2014 - 12:03 PM
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Did you form an offshore company but the business didn’t go as planned? Do you need to close an offshore company? There are two ways to go about this. To close an offshore company that’s never done any business and has not yet opened a bank account, “allow it to die a natural death.” This