Anchoring Safely Your Offshore Company Formation

Incorporating an offshore entity is no more tricky for you. AccountBooks is here as your ideal service partner in offshore company formation in Singapore with jurisdictions extending to prominent offshore regions like British Virgin Island, Belize and Panama, among others.

How To Choose Offshore Destination

Unlike a new company formation in Singapore, incorporating an offshore entity can get tricky. It can be a public or a limited liability company being set up outside your country of residence. It can be a legal entity incorporated in an offshore financial centre or a division within a larger corporate group which engages in offshore manufacturing or services business.

Whatever mode of business, our wide range of jurisdiction gives an in-depth knowledge and capabilities in advising you on choosing the country of incorporation for offshore activities. As your long term partner, we can help you establish your offshore company registration in Singapore in a way that offers you, the owner, financial confidentiality.

With us by your side, you don’t have to worry about offshore banking account statements and the risks of an external party intercepting these statements and subjecting owner of the account to personal scrutiny. We will take care of it for you.

Rest assured, we are fully equipped with such offshore company formation norms, even as it assists its clients in understanding and making full utilisation of local laws in offshore jurisdictions. This, as an AccountBooks client, protects you as the account signer from being revealed to any outside party.

The potential benefits of a properly structured offshore company include:

  • Asset Protection
  • Privacy
  • Simplicity
  • Tax Optimization
  • Low Administration Costs
  • Low Capital Requirements
  • Flexibility

What Makes Us Top Leading Singapore Offshore Company Registration Services
August 26, 2020 |

Are You Doing Everything You Can To Save Tax?

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It’s said that the only two certainties in life are death and taxes. Although it’s true that everyone can expect to pay taxes in some form or another during their lifetimes, within the framework of our tax system, there still are a lot of uncertainties. For example, depending on how you crunch the numbers, the average federal tax paid by an American household is either about $9,600 or about $14,600. There’s a lot of variance among tax filings. Yours may be significantly different, depending on the steps you take when filing. Many Americans file their taxes without taking all of the deductions and credits to which they are entitled. As a result, they may pay much more in taxes than necessary.


Everyone’s situation is unique. With the recent tax reform bill that was just signed into law, the tax structure is much different today than it was a year ago. That means, it’s extremely important for individuals filing taxes to seek expert advice from experienced and knowledgeable tax professionals in their area. In general, however, there are many details that the average taxpayer may not remember to do when filing his or her taxes that may result in lower tax bills or larger refunds.


For example, most American taxpayers don’t claim all possible exemptions and credits. These may include child-related tax credits. Other actions that could have a positive impact on your tax bill include participating in a flex spending account, planning for retirement savings or participating in education savings plans. Simply by remembering to look for these items and including them in your tax return filing, you could save yourself a significant amount of money. When preparing your tax return for 2018, remember these and other tips and strategies for reducing your tax burden found in the checklist below. Combined with expert advice from seasoned tax professionals, your next tax return may be much less painful than last year’s. Paying taxes may be unavoidable, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do all you can to save the most money the next time you pay.

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Mowery and Schoenfeld is a CPA expert based in Chicago.
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