What are the review of Mauritius for moving for tax purpose as no tax if not remit here?

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JohnnyDoe

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exactly
sadly I can't see any considerable alternatives to Central/South America at the moment
Oceania is an alternative. Unfortunately not much real estate available in the best places and some restrictions to free holding.
 

void

Entrepreneur
Oceania is an alternative. Unfortunately not much real estate available in the best places and some restrictions to free holding.
for people with European ties it's kind of difficult practically speaking...
also the approach of most nation states in the area to handling that covid bullshit isn't a good sign - however to be fair this is something where basically 95% of the governments failed
 

JohnnyDoe

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for people with European ties it's kind of difficult practically speaking...
also the approach of most nation states in the area to handling that covid bullshit isn't a good sign - however to be fair this is something where basically 95% of the governments failed
French Polynesia might be a good option. Yes it’s far from Europe, but also from wars.
 

void

Entrepreneur
French Polynesia might be a good option. Yes it’s far from Europe, but also from wars.
Reunion is kind of similar to the main two islands of FP and much much more accessible - the (probably significant) difference is that Reunion is part of Schengen and France (European Union) while FP has a bit different status as a French overseas territory in regards to taxation, visas etc. - however I'm not familiar with the details here
I love Reunion in many ways and don't want to sound too picky but any relation to France is a big minus ;)
 

Konstanz

Entrepreneur
Because Dubai is an Islamic dictatorship in the desert, built by slaves, run by psychos, completely fake, with a horrible climate, a hub for money laundering, drug and arms trafficking.
Yes, but you can have 15% residence even in some countries in continental EU or Malta / Cyprus with exemptions.
For 15% there are many alternatives
 

JackAlabama

Entrepreneur
Yes, but you can have 15% residence even in some countries in continental EU or Malta / Cyprus with exemptions.
For 15% there are many alternatives
Yes, for 15% the world is your oyster basically. ;)
Switzerland can be had for 10% and there at least it works for all the bureaucratic mazes one goes thru.
 

JohnnyDoe

Mentor Group Gold

JohnnyDoe

Mentor Group Gold
theft is a theft - no non-zero number can change anything about it
I am not such an extremist but I don’t oppose zero taxation. However, money should come in from somewhere if you want to have some sort of rules and infrastructure, and indirect taxation can be annoying.
 

369

Entrepreneur
I am not such an extremist but I don’t oppose zero taxation. However, money should come in from somewhere if you want to have some sort of rules and infrastructure, and indirect taxation can be annoying.
infractsructur existed already in the beginning of 20th century.Germans charged at that date 0.6% tax on their citizens and way more on coprs.Today its the opposite
 

void

Entrepreneur
come on guys, we are way off-topic - surely we can open a thread about the power of market, subjective preferences and utility functions - short version... no, we really don't need nation states and governments ;)
 

Barney2201

New member
Currently sitting on the beach in Mauritius….

Been here as a family for 3 months, as low tax countries go you can do a lot worse!

3% combined effective tax rate possible with the right structure.

Yes, food an imported goods are expensive (100% duty on cars), wine is very expensive.

Quality of life is good but it is not first world Euro standard, it’s also not Thailand.. A mix of 3rd world ramshackle combined with modern shops abs restaurants all living side by side.

Will we stay… Probably not, the family still want a bit for 1st world living…

Seriously considering a move to South Africa (crazy I k ow when everyone else is leaving)…

There’s a little known tax regime in SA called the International Headquarted Company regime. Essentially you can set up a hold Co with no CFC rules and group profits can be distributed tax free.

Whilst SA does have security issues, if you are living in the best areas of Cape Town those issues can be managed. No where else in the world can you get more 1st world ‘bang for buck’ lifestyle than SA right now. But only plan to rent, keep all cash / assets out of SA…
 

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