I have a business that can be located anywhere. So a zero or low tax country would make sense.
Let's call it a drop shipping model / system selling worldwide.
I will be moving to Thailand.
I have dual citizenship for both UK & Australia.
I was looking at a UAE Freezone licence, but the annual fees are higher than the common go to's BVI etc.
The income comes in various currencies and doesn't not go in or out of said / chosen country of incorporation, so banking isn't an issue. It's all via companies like Transferwise / Worldfirst etc (there are many and more coming all the time).
The most important piece in that puzzle is Thailand, since that's where you will be living.
While I don't have experience with them in Thailand, Mazars, Baker Tilly, and Grant Thornton are reputable firms and seem to have offices in Thailand. They will be able to advice based on your UK and Australian citizenships as well, although as long as you cleanly sever ties to both neither should be a problem.
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