Tax havens have traditionally been politically acceptable as long as they are rainy and cold places such as Delaware, the Netherlands, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. However, if you add a white sand beach and some palm trees, it becomes a different story. The tax haven becomes an offensive villain, t only guilty of unfair tax competition but of virtually every other thinkable evil, including money laundering, tax evasion, and all poverty on planet earth. The fact that the lion's share of international money laundering takes place in London and New York, t in the Caymans or the British Virgin Islands, is usually conveniently omitted in any debate on the subject. So if everyone from your accountant and his grandmother to the prime minister of the United Kingdom are relentlessly critical about corporate structuring under the palm trees, this is a valid reason to consider incorporating elsewhere. If you are looking for financial privacy and tax freedom, you can find this in the cold countries that like to call the warmer tax havens sunny places for shady people. The most torious tax haven criticism comes from the most prominent offshore tax havens in the world, the United States and the United Kingdom. This book will teach you how to incorporate tax-free companies in those countries. From the author of the international bestseller The Land Without a Banking Law - How to Start a Bank with a Thousand Dollars.