Thinking In terms of low taxes, Andorra and Monaco are probably the top two countries. Andorra doesn't levy any taxes at all, and whereas Monaco does levy a limited inheritance tax and business profits tax, for most people neither of these will impact significantly.
Many of the other European jurisdictions are 'low tax' as opposed to 'no tax'. So the Isle of Man can levy higher rate tax at 18% (and for the very wealthy they have capped an individuals income tax liability at £100,000).
Malta will tax you at 15% provided you get classed as a permanent resident, Channel Islands will tax you at 20% while Cyprus will tax you at 20-30%.
Nearly most of all other European countries offer incentives such as only taxing local source income and overseas income if it's actually brought into the country ( e.g. Ireland or the UK).
Hig levy taxes ,you will have in countries such as Gibraltar and Switzerland at pretty high rates ( e.g. 30-40%) but will they will offer a restriction on the amount of income that they actually subject to tax, provided you qualify under one of the special immigrant schemes (e.g. the Category 2 or High Net Worth Individual scheme for Gibraltar or the fiscal deal for Switzerland).
For the normal entrepreneurs,there are therefore plenty of opportunities to reduce any local taxes you suffer,like using an offshore together with a Luxembourg Company S.A. or simply by MERGING your Company with a special Luxemburg Company, S.A. Société Anonyme or just PROTECTING your risky business in a save Securitisation Company in Luxemburg.
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