October 12, 2010 10:59:18 AM CEST
rainiyf (Sep 30 2010, 09:36 AM) said: > original post
Hi all of you!
Whats the problem? The tax is the problem!(pretty sure that many of you think the same). To high and to many taxes in days of a BIG depression. I'm a person who thinks there's always a answer and I began to search for it. I run a small business and I'm my own chef. That's what I came up whit-company registration outside of Germany but still in Europe.
So that's my question-which country is best for such an action? Somewhere in Eastern Europe?(the new EU-members).
What do you think? Anyone ho done it before? Any other ideas?
Tank you up front!
I have heard that Bulgaria and Cypress are very good destinations for tax save - both have corporate tax of 10% (flat). However I believe Bulgaria is cheaper in terms of the accounting services which you would need in order of your business to function there. I have a friend who registered a company in Bulgaria for that reason and I believe he is saving some deal of money.
However you need to be very careful on this matter and I suggest you contact your lawyer before that