Avoid US capital gains taxes with QEFs and PFICs that don't have to file US tax returns
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Avoid US capital gains taxes like Goldman Trust (Cayman), Bain Capital (138 Cayman Funds/PFICs) and Bank of NY/Mellon (Cayman) and so many others

Avoid US capital gains taxes like Goldman Trust (Cayman), Bain Capital (138 Cayman Funds/PFICs) and Bank of NY/Mellon (Cayman) and so many others | Avoid US capital gains taxes with QEFs and PFICs that don't have to file US tax returns | Scoop.it
Hello, I've been offshore since 1990 and have formed many, many PFICs (offshore companies) for customers. I work with three British barristers in Anguilla since 2001. I formed over 350 companies in...
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https://tomazz1.wordpress.com/2014/03/08/tax-planning-for-pfics-and-cfcs-and-fatca/

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Thomas Azzara's curator insight, March 25, 2014 8:45 AM

The Capital gains tax is zero for offshore foreign bankers in tax havens like the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. This is so on any publicly traded stock or bond (commodities too) traded on a US stock exchange like the NYSE, the NASDAQ under the US Tax Code.

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Avoid US capital gains taxes like Goldman Trust (Cayman), Bain Capital (138 Cayman Funds/PFICs) and Bank of NY/Mellon (Cayman) and so many others

Avoid US capital gains taxes like Goldman Trust (Cayman), Bain Capital (138 Cayman Funds/PFICs) and Bank of NY/Mellon (Cayman) and so many others | Avoid US capital gains taxes with QEFs and PFICs that don't have to file US tax returns | Scoop.it
Hello, I've been offshore since 1990 and have formed many, many PFICs (offshore companies) for customers. I work with three British barristers in Anguilla since 2001. I formed over 350 companies in...
Thomas Azzara's insight:

The Capital gains tax is zero for offshore foreign bankers in tax havens like the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. This is so on any publicly traded stock or bond (commodities too) traded on a US stock exchange like the NYSE, the NASDAQ under the US Tax Code.

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