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Documents for opening a bank account in Greece The procedure of applying for an account in a Greek bank starts with collecting documents. Clients should confirm their identity, source of income and place of residence.  The applicant provides some of the following documents, depending on the requirements of the bank: Requirements to open bank accounts for foreigners in Greece The bank may refuse to serve a foreigner without an EU residence permit and not explain the reason. You can get a residence …

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Benefits of a UAE bank account  International transactions with no foreign exchange control. UAE banks support the IBAN system — this means that their clients can freely get payments from Europe. Aside from that, in the UAE, there are no legal restrictions on withdrawing money abroad.  The high security of banks is confirmed by international credit rating agencies. Fitch sovereign rating for the UAE stands at AA- with a stable outlook, which is the third best …

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Cyprus tax system Cyprus’ taxation system obliges its tax residents to pay a specific set of taxes, including income taxation on their worldwide income, regardless of their residence status. The 60-day rule provides for five requirements:  Cyprus provides its citizens and expatriates with excellent taxation policies and incentives. To be a tax resident, foreigners can have a permanent residence by investing in real estate or funds.  A person who …

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Overview of the Andorran taxation system Andorran taxpayers are natural persons and legal entities. They can be either considered the country’s tax residents or non-residents. The status defines the applicable taxes and their rates. However, a person isn’t considered an Andorran tax resident if they are a frontier worker who daily comes to Andorra from neighbouring Spain or France. The rule applies even if such …

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Who pays Turkish taxes? Tax residents. Individuals become Turkish tax residents if they reside in Turkey for more than six months in one calendar year. But there are some exceptions. Foreigners who stay in Turkey for six months or more for employment, business, study, or treatment are treated as tax non-residents. Companies become Turkish tax residents if their registered head office …

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UAE taxes for individuals A UAE residence visa allows one to become a tax resident of the country and legally optimise their taxes. Foreigners with residence visas do not pay pension tax in the UAE — while, for example, in Portugal, the tax rate for pensions obtained from overseas is 10 to 48%. Tourist taxes. Foreigners pay taxes in the United Arab Emirates on resorts, hotels and restaurants. Several taxes and fees can be included …

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Tax system in Montenegro All the tax rates are the same for both categories of taxpayers. The difference is that tax residents of Montenegro are charged on their global income, while non-residents pay taxes only on income earned in Montenegro.  Tax residents are also exempt from withholding taxes on interest and royalties. Who is considered a tax resident? An individual becomes a tax resident of Montenegro if they spend more …

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Why entrepreneurs set up a business in the UAE Most government services for entrepreneurs have been transferred online to the websites of government departments and apps such as Dubainow and UAE PASS.  UAE PASS is an analogue of an electronic signature that gives access to 6,000 services. Using the electronic signature, entrepreneurs can notarise documents and transactions and fill in applications for registering a company. Citizens and residents …

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What is an E-2 visa? Individuals need a special visa if they want to move to the USA, start a business or invest in a company there. There are several visas as such, the most convenient is the E-2 Treaty Investors visa.  The E-2 Treaty Investors is a non-immigrant visa issued for investors who want to start a business in the USA. It can be your own company or a franchise business. …

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Who pays taxes in Greece? In case of gainful employment, both employer and employee pay social security contributions. High-net-worth individuals and companies with large turnovers are also subject to different taxes on “luxury”. In general, Greek tax rates do not depend on tax residence. Greek taxes for non-residents coincide with those for residents but some exceptions. For example, Greek tax resident companies are exempt from tax on royalties, while non-Greek …

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Why starting a business in Portugal According to the results of 2019, Portugal was among the top 25 countries in terms of doing business. In 2021, the country was ranked 36th in terms of economic competitiveness in the IMD ranking. Portugal is in the top ten in the world in terms of ease of registering a company. The Portuguese system of quick registration on the Spot Firm allows you to create a company in just over an hour, filling out just one form. Portugal …

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Antigua and Barbuda residency programs Tax Residency Program was launched in 1995 to help wealthy individuals get permanent residency in Antigua and Barbuda. You can initially apply for a permanent residence permit according to tax residency program conditions. It's not necessary to get a temporary residence permit at first.  Permanent Antigua and Barbuda tax residency requirements: With a permanent residence permit, you can stay in Antigua and Barbuda …

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Who pays Caribbean taxes The taxable items and tax rates depend on whether a person or a company is a tax resident. Tax residents are individuals who live in a Caribbean country for more than 183 days a year. Otherwise, they are not tax residents.  To permanently live in a Caribbean country and become a tax resident, you need a residence permit, permanent residence, or citizenship. The fastest way is to get …

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Vanuatu tax benefits and rates Tax laws of Vanuatu, a country in Oceania, provide equal terms for tax residents and non-residents. Tax residency in Vanuatu is available for people who live there for more than 183 days a year. Non-residents are foreigners and Vanuatu citizens who mostly live abroad. Individuals don’t pay most of the taxes in Vanuatu.  Personal income, real estate ownership, and other assets …

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Key points about banking in Portugal Euro is the default currency for banking accounts and transactions in Portugal. In addition, it’s possible to open foreign currency accounts in: Banking regulators. Two regulators control the operation of the Portuguese banking system: the Bank of Portugal and the European Central Bank. Security. Portugal follows several protocols to ensure the safety of banking transactions. Namely, the banking system is subject to the EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 …

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Who pays taxes in Antigua and Barbuda? Tax rates depend on the tax residency of payers. Individuals become Antigua and Barbuda tax residents if they: Staying in Antigua and Barbuda legally for more than 183 days is possible if you have residence permit or citizenship. Foreigners can obtain Antigua and Barbuda citizenship by investing in the country's economy. The minimum investment amount is $100,000. Investors …

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Non-residents stay in St Lucia for less than 183 days per year. Still, they are obliged to pay taxes, but only on the income earned on the island. Taxes for individuals in St Lucia The main taxes paid by individuals are income tax, social contributions, tax on royalties and interest. Meanwhile, there are no taxes on inheritance and capital gains in the country. Income tax in St Lucia is levied on: labour …

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The country's official currency, the East Caribbean dollar (EC$), is used to calculate taxes. Its rate is pegged to the US dollar: $1 is equal to EC$2.7. Is an investor with Dominica citizenship obliged to pay taxes in the country? The taxation of individuals in Dominica depends on the status of the taxpayer. They can be tax residents or non-residents of the country. Non-residents are to pay taxes in Dominica if they receive income from sources in the country, …

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How the tax system works in Portugal The main taxes in Portugal are federal. These include the income tax and corporate tax, VAT, capital gains tax, property transfer tax and tax on inheritance. Homeowners and local companies pay taxes to the municipal budget. Tax residency rules depend on the property's value and the region in which the property is located. The income from the tax goes to finance municipal services, such as …

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Who pays taxes in St Kitts and Nevis? Receiving dividends from companies in St Kitts and Nevis, transactions related to registration of real estate ownership and business profits are taxed in the country. Investors who obtain St Kitts and Nevis citizenship are not required to pay taxes in the country by default. For calculating some taxes, it is essential whether an individual or legal entity is a tax resident …

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Who pays taxes in Grenada Grenada citizenship does not oblige the investor to pay taxes in the country. Such an obligation arises only if they buy property in Grenada, register a yacht or a car, open a company or earn income in the country. The rates and tax base depend on whether the investor or their company is a tax resident of Grenada. A non-resident is a person who does not live in Grenada, or a foreign …

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To live in Malta and run a business there, you need to obtain a Maltese residence permit or citizenship. The Maltese Citizenship Act offers citizenship by naturalization for exceptional services by direct investment over 14 months or longer. For this, you need to invest €690,000 in the Maltese economy and undergo a strict Due Diligence check. Investment in the Maltese economy To the south of Sicily, the Maltese Islands are located on trade routes from Asia and …

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Entrepreneurs often face problems when entering international markets. The geopolitical situation and economic sanctions can have a negative impact on the work of businessmen from countries whose governments are not popular in Europe.  Foreign entrepreneurs are reluctant to make business contacts. It is difficult to open an account in European banks. There are problems with paying for goods and services that a local business based in an “unpopular” country supplies …

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What you need to register a business in Saint Lucia In Saint Lucia, you can register an international company of the IBC type — an International Business Company. A package of documents: a memorandum of association, an order on appointment of directors, a certificate of a registered office of the company in Saint Lucia, a statement from the owner of the company that he is of legal age. An authorized capital. Saint Lucia regulations do not specify the requirements for the minimum amount of the authorized …

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Why investors get Grenada citizenship by investment Moving and doing business in the USA. Grenada is one of 17 countries that has entered into a mutual investment agreement with the United States. Under the terms of the agreement, citizens of Grenada are eligible to obtain a US E-2 business visa. This is an investment visa that is issued to entrepreneurs and is extended as long as business in the United States develops. The law …

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What is tax optimization  Tax optimization is understood to mean measures that reduce the taxes an individual or a company pays. This frees up money for business development and other needs. One of the goals of tax planning is to minimize tax liabilities, and this can be achieved by an individual moving to another country or opening a company abroad. Although taxes are high in the United States, …

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Benefits and features of taxation in Malta A Malta tax resident pays up to 35% tax on income and is entitled to tax deductions. The amount of the deduction depends on the marital status of the resident. For example, a married man without children with an annual income of more than €60,000 is eligible for a deduction of €9,905. Malta does not have taxes on gift, inheritance and, in some cases, on property. Another significant advantage of Malta's tax system …

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