likes to pay too much tax, and the overall burden
of tax in the world's larger business jurisdictions
is heavy not just in itself, but also imposes
substantial and worsening administrative burdens
on a business. Regulation in general just gets
more and more complex, in addition.
Prior to the Internet,
there was little that most types of business
could do to rduce tax and regulation, although
individual owners were often able to go 'offshore'
with the proceeds of their work, and increasingly
did so as tax levels rose. Individual tax levels
have fallen back to some extent, and in some
countries, but the taxman has become more efficient,
and the classical equation of working onshore
and enjoying offshore becomes ever harder to
The Internet has
changed the equation, and this site attempts
to explain why and how almost all businesses
can substantially reduce their tax bills and
preserve wealth by taking advantage of offshore
e-commerce. This section in particular offers
practical help in choosing a jurisdiction and
in setting up an offshore e-commerce operation.
BASICS describes how to go about
setting up an entry-level e-commerce
retailing operation, in case you want
to do it yourself.
describes the criteria that should
be applied to choosing an offshore
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