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Discussion in 'General Investing Discussion' started by skillet, 7th Oct, 2010.

  1. skillet

    skillet New Member

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    Investors today are weighing all options to make their investments worthwhile. As the investors become aware of the global opportunities existing in the world, the offshore investments are catching up. The benefits of the offshore investments are innumerable. Investing offshore can allow the investors to reap benefits that are particular to that area, like the presence of a stable government or a liberal legal structure. One of the most notable benefits is the tax incentives. The investors can forego a large proportion of taxes by investing in an offshore area, also known as jurisdiction. The other parameters of the jurisdiction that need to be considered include a strong electronic telecommunications, regional language barriers, safety and reputation.

    Energy sector is standing strong even in these times of recession and it is evident in the huge investments coming into the sector. The ROI from the sector are also high with 650% and more. Investments in the sector are possible not just inside the country of residence of investors but also offshore. Offshore investment involves investing outside the investor’s country, in any other chosen jurisdiction. Tax benefits, anonymity and the stable political scenario can be some of the advantage of having invested abroad. The offshore investments can be done by opening an account or trust outside the country. In these accounts, the account holders would hold assets within these jurisdictions without the need of becoming citizens of the place. best offshore banking benefits the investors by circumventing tax liability of the region and tax implications of ownership inside the investor’s country.