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#1
Selwyn57

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The offshore banking has grown in relevance in todayís times of political turmoil and high taxes. The need for easy accessibility to large amounts of cash assets has led the corporations to offshore banks. An offshore bank is located outside the depositorís country of residence. It offers accounts and other financial services to these depositors without making any distinction between them and the residents of the place. As such the depositors get to enjoy the same benefits as those enjoyed by its residents. With the help of an offshore bank, the customers can avail greater privacy, lower or no taxes, less government regulations, political and financial stability.

Today itís a growing phenomenon. Itís a legal thing which is approved by the government. However, there are international laws that regulate these offshore banking systems. This is mainly to monitor and catch money-laundering activities and other illegal transactions. An offshore bank offers many other benefits to its customers like greater flexibility in terms of fast cash mobility and transactions when mergers and acquisitions happen etc. These offshore banks also provide their customers with debit cards to allow them to withdraw and deposit cash to their accounts from anywhere, anytime.

Offshore banking has become popular in recent times as it exempts one from paying high taxes. This is one of the many ways of legally avoiding the taxes. But for this one has to abide by the tax laws of oneís own country. With its growing demand for offshore banking, now accounts can be opened online, by phone or by mail through online offshore banking systems.

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TonyChris

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Offshore banking has often been associated with the underground economy and organized crime, via tax evasion and money laundering; however, legally, offshore banking does not prevent assets from being subject to personal income tax on interest

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NelsonMell

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Offshore banking provides three basic things to your assets.The things which it do are
- to protect,
- to preserve, and
- to increase.

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TomCrade

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Offshore bank accounts allow people to invest in many different countries and areas with very few restrictions.But they are less financially secure.

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marian89

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For some guys, an offshore bank account may sound like something out of a James Bond film or maybe a clever way for an arms dealer to conduct business. But the truth is that lots of guys use offshore accounts for a variety of reasons. It may sound sexy to talk about an offshore account, but for the most part, banking offshore is about saving on tax dollars.

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StevenHawk

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That's why It is easy to open an offshore bank account which can be a business or a personal account.

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MichaelHerry

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Offshore Banking may have tax benefits eg Earned interest on offshore accounts and investments is paid without the deduction of tax.

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TerryMoke

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Interest is generally paid by offshore banks without tax being deducted and the income can be rolled.

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JackMolen

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That's why Offshore banking has often been associated with the gray market, "underground" economy and organized crime for purposes of evading taxes.

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Goldrush

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That's why Offshore banking has often been associated with the gray market, "underground" economy and organized crime for purposes of evading taxes.


True. Agree to it. :-)
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You can hold multiple accounts and transact in different countries currencies and you can excess your money for anywhere in the world, you also get advantage financial opportunities and also with advice from financial adviser.