Seychelles – Tax and Accounting Regulations
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All IBC’s in the Seychelles are subject to zero taxation. Below is an overview of the tax and accounting regulations:
Seychelles IBC’s have no tax liabilities; there is a 0% tax rate. The following are tax free:
- Capital Gains
International Aspects of Taxation:
Double Taxation Treaties – The Seychelles has double taxation treaties with the following countries; Barbados, Botswana, China, Cyprus, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Oman, Qatar, South Africa, Thailand, UAE and Vietnam. DTA Agreements have been signed but not ratified with Belgium, Monaco and Zimbabwe.
Annual Reporting Requirements:
- No annual returns are required to be filed
- No company reports are required to be submitted to any authority
- Offshore company accounts are not required to be audited
- Records of offshore companies can be kept anywhere in the world, there is no requirement that they be kept in the Seychelles