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    If you own US company as a developing country citizen+resident, what happens if you pay no taxes?

    @howyoudoin If you have money outside the country, why don't you just use the amnesty? It is extended until 07.2020. Just pay %1 and all problems are gone. https://www.pwc.com.tr/en/hizmetlerimiz/vergi/bultenler/2019/the-new-wealth-amnesty.html
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    Turkish banks - anyone has experience?

    @Milky Moon Yes, inflation of TRY is high but all banks in Turkey in good condition. Let me give you some recent news. Just 2 months ago, one of the biggest bank in the world(ICBC), purchased a huge skyscraper for 600 Million USD in Istanbul, to start a business in Turkey...
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    Turkish banks - anyone has experience?

    @Milky Moon First of all, there is no place with zero-risk. I have a bank account in Turkey and anyone can put money in Turkey without safety issues. Their army power top 10 in the world, safe and powerful country. Yes, they experienced serious attacks in the last few years but got zero damage.
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    JAFZA vs RAK vs AJMAN

    If you're willing to pay rent, residency visa costs and necessary audit/accounting expanses then yes, you can open. I definitely agree with you.
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    JAFZA vs RAK vs AJMAN

    Some notes: - Creative Zone and Virtu Zone are very professional companies but they're expensive and their pricing is tricky. - Shuraa is the cheap version of CZ/VZ but the quality is very low. - If you setup Ajman or RAK company most probably you can not open any bank account. You can open...
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    Which Company Type for Transferwise Business Account?

    It looks like nice. How about taxation and do you have any company formation company recommendation?
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    Personal bank account with legit EEA bank

    @traveller79 You can stay in any country for several months in a hotel or in a rented flat but this does not make you a resident. If you're in any country without a residency permit, you're not a resident. N26 can request residency proof at any time especially if you have active or high balance...
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    Personal bank account with legit EEA bank

    are a resident of a supported country
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    Personal bank account with legit EEA bank

    You can open N26 without living EU by using your friend address, renting adress etc.. but I believe you will face problems if you start to deposit 5-6 figures. Check their policy: https://support.n26.com/en-fr/getting-started/account/how-to-open-my-n26-account
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    What are the limits with Transferwise?

    In my opinion, TW is the most reputable EMI. I am running 6 figures per month business account(also personal account) with TW since 2018. My business is very simple and low risk(I only work with marketplaces and all outgoing transfer into my personal bank account). They never asked any question...
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    I need UK bank account

    I tried via online chat but they rejected(requested UK address proof), I will call them next week or maybe I will visit their Dubai branch.
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    Offshore bank account for GCC Resident

    @Martin Everson Actually I was sleeping :) No need to watch, I already wrote my comment a week ago ;) Nothing going to happen before 50-100 years and stop wasting time with clickbait news smi(&%
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    Offshore bank account for GCC Resident

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iran-news-live-missile-attack-plane-crash-us-base-trump-war-latest-a9274601.html
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    I need UK bank account

    @xzars How can I open remotely Barclays London account? As far as I know, I need to live in UK. https://bank.barclays.co.uk/olb/registration/registerAppContainer.do#/get-started
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    Offshore bank account for GCC Resident

    I bet you had a bad story in UAE ;) Do you believe is there any country with a real democracy? I love the UAE because people are kind, you can see lots of smiling people outside, no road rages, no safety issues and you can have a high standard of living if you have money also it is mixed...
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