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Attractiveness of Seychelles
Seychelles, an independent republic located in the western Indian Ocean some 1000kms north east of Mauritius, entered the International Offshore Financial centre arena in 1994. With its low annual fees, convenient time zone, political independence and English system of law and business, Seychelles has grown to become one of the most popular Offshore Company registration locations.
The main advantages of using Seychelles are:
IBC (International Business Company)
An IBC (International Business Company) is the most commonly used type of offshore company in Seychelles. The Seychelles IBC is very similar to the BVI (British Virgin Island) IBC. The Seychelles International Business Companies Act 1994 regulates the formation, tax benefits and general structure of the IBC. An IBC is not considered as tax resident and hence by law is not subject to any tax on income or profits.
The main restrictions imposed on IBC are:
The key features on an IBC are:
The potential uses of an IBC are:
CSL (Special License Company)
The Seychelles Special License Company (CSL) is a type of entity introduced by the Seychelles Companies (Special Licenses) Act 2003. Its most attractive feature is that it has access to Seychelles numerous Double Tax Avoidance Agreements. Contrary to an IBC, a CSL company is tax resident in Seychelles, hence is liable to 1.5% tax on its worldwide income. However a 100% tax credit is available in most cases, for tax suffered overseas.
The key features of a CSL are:
The potential uses of a CSL are: