October 10, 2007 4:03 AM EDT
I`ve been a browser and an on and off poster. I`ve been thinking about the following scenarios and I`d like some advice. I haven`t really done a lot of research, I have done some, but maybe you guys can point me in the right direction.
I`m a South-African resident at the moment. Doing all of my business here. But I plan to move to another country, lets assume it`s the U.S. since most of you have your experience there. Now I run most of my business by myself and I don`t need physical contact with the customers, so I`m going to be doing business with my local customers after I`ve moved. And I`ll probably move again in a few years.
Now, do I keep my South-African incorporation? Do I move it offshore? Do I create a new one in every country that I move to?
Do I incorporate in a tax haven, I haven`t found anything about these on the forums here? But it does form part of my question.
And please if there is anything that I need to clarify, I will do so.
Thanks for any response,