I tried by i seem to get lost in a sea of treads... it's to extensive and time consumingIt depends on where you want to incorporate your business.
Anyway, we have the below section with guides and articles on a lot of topics where we explain in details what and how to do, maybe you can find inspiration there.
Information and Guide - This section of the forum is an article based section where we will post articles about offshore company formation, offshore banking, cryptocurrency and payment processing not specified to any jurisdiction or bank. It is not allowed to start new threads here.www.offshorecorptalk.com
In the Mentor Group Gold you can even read about detailed questions and answers about the same topic.
thanks for the info...it helpedThe process of forming a typical IBC goes something like:
If you have specific questions about specific jurisdictions/companies, fire away.
- Select service provider.
- Place order. In most cases, you pay upfront for all initial services.
- Provide documents to the service provider (such as copy of your passport, proof of address, and sometimes additional documents such as a police conduct report or one or two reference letters).
- Once the documents are approved, the company formation begins. The service provider liaises with the relevant authority in the jurisdiction to file paperwork to set up the company.
- Once the company is formed, you get copies of relevant company documents such as memorandum and articles of incorporation, certificate of incorporation, and whatever else applies in your chosen jurisdiction.
- The bank account opening process begins...
The procedure generally is as Sols has outlined. If you have any specific questions for Cyprus feel free to ask. Just have in mind that each jurisdictions has its pros and cons and good research must be carried out, and proper advice sought.thanks for the info...it helped
If time is more important than money, then the solution is easy. You narrow down your search to a few jurisdictions that might work for you and then hire an OSP that can explain the strengths and weaknesses of each jurisdiction as applied to your particular situation. Here are several web links that can help you narrow down your jurisdictional choices:I tried by i seem to get lost in a sea of treads... it's to extensive and time consuming
thanks so muchIf time is more important than money, then the solution is easy. You narrow down your search to a few jurisdictions that might work for you and then hire an OSP that can explain the strengths and weaknesses of each jurisdiction as applied to your particular situation. Here are several web links that can help you narrow down your jurisdictional choices:
An intuitive international business, tax and investment smart tool that searches and compares global jurisdictions for the most effective corporate vehicles and structures based on intended use and ownership preferences. A fully configurable, cross-platform aid designed for global tax and...www.lowtax.net
Incorporations.IO allows you to compare and explore legal requirements and taxes to find the best country to incorporate a company and carry out international business.incorporations.io
BTW: I am not recommending either of those OSPs, just the use of their informational pages regarding jurisdictions.