I?d like some feedback on the following scenario: An individual has a job in Australia and a salary of $180,000 year (additional income is taxed at the top rate). They have $1,000,000 in investable savings which they invest in both Australian and international shares, bonds and cash which generates dividends and interest of $60,000 a year. Is there any issue with this individual opting to establish a company in Singapore which they are a non-resident director of and place their $1,000,000 into then have the company invest this money into Australian and international shares, bonds and cash. Would the $60,000 income earned each year be taxable at Singapore company tax rates? As capital gains taxed at the Singapore rate? Are there any tax or legal issues that should be considered before pursue something like this?