International tax planning

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International tax planning implies structuring business processes through a set of entities (offshore companies, trusts, foundations and other legal entities) and using instruments which allow for tax minimization.

Tax planning is legal and is widely used. Offshore companies are just one of the instruments in this technique.

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It is next to impossible, however, to fully avoid paying taxes. International tax planning may only offer ways of minimizing the tax burden for specific business processes.

When structuring for tax optimization it is vital to consider:
  • national tax policies of various countries involved;
  • legal forms of entities and applicable law of various countries;
  • tax rates;
  • availability of tax treaties.