BVI Company Incorporation and Accounting Services
Businesses that seek to minimize their tax liability or protect their assets may find setting up an offshore company in the BVI to be a good option. The BVI is a British Overseas Territory with a well-established offshore financial services industry. It offers a variety of benefits to businesses, including low or no taxes, strong asset protection laws, and a flexible regulatory environment.
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Frequently Answered Questions
A BVI company is a type of corporation that is incorporated in the British Virgin Islands (BVI). BVI companies are often used for international business activities because they offer a number of advantages, including low taxes, confidentiality, and flexibility. To form a BVI company, you will need to file articles of incorporation with the BVI Registrar of Companies and appoint a registered agent in the BVI.
Tax planning: BVI companies can be used for tax planning purposes. This is because BVI companies are not subject to many of the same taxes as companies in other jurisdictions.
Asset protection: BVI companies can be used to protect assets from creditors and lawsuits. This is because the BVI does not have laws that allow creditors to seize the assets of a BVI company.
Confidential: BVI companies offer strong confidentiality benefits. The names of shareholders will still be kept private, and the names of former directors will not be publicly available. Additionally, sensitive personal information of directors, such as their date of birth and nationality, will not be publicly available. This can help to protect the privacy of the shareholders and directors of a BVI company.
BVI companies are not subject to corporate taxes, capital gains taxes, or income taxes on profits generated from activities outside of the BVI. The only tax that BVI companies are subject to is income from activities carried out in the BVI & payroll tax for companies employing local working force. The payroll tax rate is 10% for small companies and up to 14% for large employers. The first USD 10,000 are tax exempt.
All BVI companies must have a registered office and a registered agent. The registered office must be a physical address in the BVI, and the registered agent must be a licensed entity authorized to provide registered agent services in the BVI.
Step 1 : Reserve a company name.
The first step is to reserve a unique company name with the BVI Registry. The BVI Commercial Registry will conduct the company search.
Step 2 : Appoint a registered agent.
The BVI government requires you to have a registered BVI company registry agent when forming a business in the BVI.
Step 3 : Open a bank account.
Before your company can begin operations, you must first open a company bank account. This step must be completed before the company documents are drafted.
Step 4 : Submit the required paperwork.
You will also need to draft the company’s Articles of Association and the information of the registered agent and the company’s founders.