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crisis. By John Mac Lenn October 4, 2009

EU: a global bankruptcy was avoided, but the socio-economic crisis to come.

The economic crisis continues over time, but the tax burden on businesses is not decreasing.

How to stop being penalized and compensate for lost revenue in tax benefits through a structure in Switzerland? Effects: Expected increase in unemployment and business failures (IMF, OECD)

Negative impact of influenza A H1/N1 on the global economy (containment of guest workers to stay home, slowdown in industrial production, services and tourism)

Potential risk of falling dollar and immediate impact on other currencies (concurrent risk of inflation in the EU)

High risk of a 2nd subprime crisis and "credit cards" (default of payment of debts and real estate debt consumer credit card by the U.S.)

Decline in purchasing power by leveraging an unemployment rate worsened, ultimately marked decline in orders and sales companies

Decline in investment due to lack of confidence and visibility, contradictions between the results of the real economy (corporate earnings) and virtual (financial speculation)

Unreliable forecasts too optimistic voluntarily at the end of the recession and return to global growth (EDF, G8, governments)

Increased levels of indebtedness of states, bound to maintain the funding of social benefits and recovery plan despite falling tax revenues. Risk of increased general tax
The situation in France to cover the deficit (60 billion) growing Social Security, the state plans to issue new bonds.

Potential risk of collapse during the previous bond with this new issue, risk of bankruptcy of the French system of health
The European Commission signs pin bank in France on charges to customers, deemed "outrageous" (averaging about 250 per year).

In comparison, domestic banks charge 2 times less for the same basic benefits.
The economy and business will not stop the MSA Trustee advises and supports companies in the EU to compensate for declining sales by lowering expenses and taxes.

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Tax havens by John Mac Lenn April 25, 2009

Havens is finished! Headlines in many newspapers a few days before the G20 meeting in London!

And yet after that meeting, it turns out that the issue of offshore has been the subject of any attention and was not discussed or even mentioned in the program!

Better yet, the only BLACKLIST the famous, citing a number of countries to which banks are required to refuse to open accounts for citizens of these countries been reset!

All countries are now in a list called Grey and having no further application.

Indeed, in MCE CONCEPT we have long denied our friend the Africans or South Americans and other countries more or less far from our old Europe on the pretext that their country was in the famous blacklist!

Since the G20 this blacklist does not exist anymore and we can open bank accounts for all nationalities in the world without distinction.

Incredible you say? We have taken to support an article in Marianne Magazine No. 625 of April 17, 2009 lamenting the fact that the G20 has not only done nothing against the offshore centers but rather to their widely fluidized usagage.

Why? may simply be because the twenty men who govern our country are aware that powerful state of crisis we can not tighten the vise on a legitimate legal system and now more than ever allows businesses to survive in the face optimizing their tax crisis.

Simply because in a context where real estate could collapse, where multinationals are struggling to export, the leaders of our country know them well that this is not the time to push the countries with the means to invest with us to do.

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Great Britain:

The UK is currently the # 1 choice for foreign investors wishing to settle in Europe. At this there was very many reasons:


The corporate tax among the lowest in Europe with 21% tax on corporate profits. But that's not all tax provisions allow companies whose business is located outside British territory to maximize the tax rate as low as 7% or 5% in some cases. It should be noted that there are no other taxes other than corporation tax.

On the other hand, holding companies and holding companies will enjoy significant benefits: Under the European directive on the taxation of companies 'Mothers / daughters' dividends by the subsidiaries are fully exempted European taxation it goes on even capital gains. On the other hand, there is no tax or withholding tax on dividends distributed to non-residents, whether natural or legal persons. Finally, Britain is the country in the world that has the largest number of international tax treaties. For all these reasons the UK is the number 1 choice location for holding companies.


Payroll taxes are among the lowest in Europe, with approximately 20% of payroll and employer. On the other hand, labor law greatly favors the mobility to achieve full employment by making rules simple and flexible hiring and firing. On the other hand, for non-resident employees Brits not working in Britain, it is noted that payroll taxes are not applicable. Finally, for the Directors and officers nonresidents, payroll taxes are not applicable, the salary is paid in this case "net" of all charges and taxation in Britain.


Liability: The liability of a Limited or LLP is actually limited to capital

Capital: Capital Limited is a £ 1,000 minimum, with the obligation to release at least 2 Books (3 euros), which is used to declare an important asset without having to fully pay.

Shareholding: For a Limited one shareholder is sufficient.

The object: All non-regulated or prohibited may be freely exercised without having to amend the articles or perform administrative declarations.

Rapidity of establishment: Build a simple and rapid Limited is without having to move, without advertising. In urgent cases a company may be registered in the same day, without requiring the presence of people.

Privacy: Britain recognizes the legal concept of nominee or nominee, which means that a company can be owned and directed either through a director nominee or through another corporation. These devices ensure the anonymity of the beneficiaries and leaders