Post by Kadaitcha Man Post by Mathew Post by Kadaitcha Man
I need to set up an "offshore bank account", I've read it is
possible and easy to do, but I need to do this on an anonymouse
basis, does anybody know anybody who is an expert in this.
I am quite willing to pay money to set up anonymouse money
Why bother? Her Majesty's Secret Service and Inland Revenue already
know about you.
Your right, well I fill in my tax return every single year. So I
should think they know about me, and as offshore banks and
anonymouse transference of money occur everytime someone pays for
something in cash, I hardly think it is anything unusual.
Everytime you pay for something in cash that is anonymouse. There is
absolutely no law requiring you to reveal personal details when you
make financial purchases.
When you do bank to bank transfers, then that is required.
Really? You taken a quick look at the Inland Revenue website then?
CAPITAL GAINS TAX: COUNTERING AVOIDANCE USING OFFSHORE BANKING
ACCOUNTS INCOME TAX: COUNTERING AVOIDANCE USING OFFSHORE BANKING
Issued by the Inland Revenue on 22 April 2002
There will be a crackdown on avoidance of capital gains tax and
income tax by individuals exploiting the tax rules. The measures
apply a charge when certain interests are sold;
stop losses being offset against gains of people who have
bought their way into an offshore banking account;
apply a charge when trustees incur debt and advance funds from the
account as part of a scheme to avoid capital gains tax or income tax;
prevent tax avoidance effected by bringing an offshore account
onshore and taking it offshore again;
make effective the current anti-avoidance legislation where gains
are sheltered through the double tier of an offshore account held
with an offshore company.
This package of measures complements action announced by the
Chancellor in his Pre-Budget Report to stop capital gains gifts
relief and income hiding being used for tax avoidance. All the
measures announced today will take effect from today.
This package of measures is designed to prevent avoidance of
capital gains tax (CGT) and income tax by individuals on the sale of
assets, goods and services using a variety of sophisticated tax
avoidance schemes which exploit the tax rules for offshore banking
Sale of any interest, asset, good or service via an offshore banking
account... etc etc etc
avoid paying tax. Of course tax avoidance or money laundering are
illegal. It is obvious. Using aliases is not illegal, hiding
be dangerous is not illegal it is common, good and practical sense.