Limited Liability Company
Anguilla is an offshore incorporation centre and tax neutral jurisdiction that enjoys high reputation and stability as a British Overseas Territory.
As other British Overseas Territories, Anguilla has well-regulated corporate and financial services industry. However, unlike other offshore centers, Anguilla has avoided excessive attention by international regulatory agencies.
In addition, Anguilla has an online computerized registration system which enables a quick and efficient incorporation process.
Anguilla does not levy direct taxes, there are no income, capital gains, estate, profit taxation either on resident/non-resident individuals or juristic entities.
LLCs have membership interest rather than shareholder stock, having both the advantages of a partnership and the advantages of a corporation, being a more flexible structure than the latter.
An LLC requires minimal corporate formation requirements and a fast registration procedure. There may be incorporated as a single-member LLCs, and there are no company structure requirements for its management, nor are there provisions for company meetings, directors, secretary, or capital. Its operating agreement may be arranged by its members according to their needs.
Members pay personal income taxes in their country of residence on LLC profits proportionally to their share of participation in the LLC company, whether distributed or not.
It is important to note that certain countries do not recognize the pass-through status of an LLC, if the LLC is deemed to be tax resident in one of such countries, it may be subject to corporate income tax.
LLC’s tax transparency allows residents of certain jurisdiction to not be penalized under controlled foreign company rules.
Anguilla LLCs do not face any reporting requirements. Startup costs and ongoing government fees are relatively low.
An Anguilla LLC is perfect for protecting assets like properties, cash, securities, bonds or other investments.
Country code - AI
Legal basis – Common law
Company law - Limited Liability Company Act, 2014
Company form – Limited Liability Company (LLC).
Liability - The liability of the members of the company is limited to the amount of their capital contributions.
Capital – There are no minimum capital requirements as well as no maximum limit.
Members – At least one member, who may be an individual or a legal entity of any nationality. There are no limitations on the number of members and tiers and levels of members may be dictated by the LLC’s operating agreement. Details of members, managers or beneficial owners are not accessible to the public.
Manager – At least one manager, who may be natural or legal person of any nationality. An LLC may be managed either by its owners or by third parties. Details of managers are not publicly disclosed.
Registered Address – An LLC must have a registered office situated in Anguilla for the service of process and to which all notices and communications may be addressed.
Electronic Signature – Permitted.
Re-domiciliation – A foreign entity can easily be re-domiciled as an Anguilla LLC.
Compliance – Anguilla LLCs are required to prepare and maintain accounting records, to reflect the financial position of the company. Account records should be kept for 5 years from the date of its preparation and may be kept anywhere.
An LLC that does not conduct any licensed activity is not required to file financial statements and annual return, nor annual audit is required.
- Members not disclosed
- Managers not disclosed
- Corporate members permitted
- Corporate manager permitted
- Local manager required
- Registered office or agent required
- Annual meeting required
- Redomiciliation permitted
- Electronic signature
- Annual return
- Audited accounts
- Audited accounts exemption
- Exchange controls
- Common law Legal basis
- 1 Minimum members
- USD 1 Minimum registered capital
- - Minimum paid up capital
- USDAny Capital currency
- 100% Foreign-ownership allowed
- 2017 AEOI
Corporate income tax - Anguilla does not levy corporate income tax. In addition, an LLC is a tax transparent entity, which means that any profits are passed through to the members to be reported as personal income.
Other taxes - There are no personal income, capital gains and profit taxes in Anguilla.
There is a stamp duty from 0.01% to 5% charged on any contractual relationship document. Property tax is levied at a flat rate of 0.75% on the annual land value determined by the Land and Surveys Department. However, non-built up land is exempted from property tax. There is also a 5% transfer tax imposed on the transfer of real property. Nonresident purchasers of property may need to obtain a landholding license and pay stamp duty of up to 12.5% of the value of the property.
- Tax transparent entity
- Offshore Income Tax Exemption
- Offshore capital gains tax exemption
- Offshore dividends tax exemption
- CFC Rules
- Thin Capitalisation Rules
- Patent Box
- Tax Incentives & Credits
- Property Tax
- Wealth tax
- Estate inheritance tax
- Transfer tax
- Capital duties
- 0% Offshore Income Tax Rate
- 0% Corporate Tax Rate
- 0% Capital Gains Tax Rate
- 0% Dividends Received
- 0% Dividends Withholding Tax Rate
- 0% Interests Withholding Tax Rate
- 0% Royalties Withholding Tax Rate
- 0% Personal Income Tax Rate
- 0% VAT Rate
- 0 Tax Treaties
Anguilla is a British overseas territory located in the Caribbean, specifically in the north of the Windward Islands, in the Lesser Antilles.
It is one of the 17 Non-Self-Governing Territories under the supervision of the United Nations Decolonization Committee, in order to eliminate colonialism. Its capital is The Valley.
The archipelago comprises the island of Anguilla and some nearby islets and has maritime borders with the island of San Martin to the southeast. To the west are the British Virgin Islands.
In recent years Anguilla has become one of the most popular offshore financial centers internationally, as the State does not levy any kind of taxes or commissions to individuals and corporations.
The Head of State is the Queen of the United Kingdom Queen Elizabeth II of England, represented by Governor Alan Huckle, who is appointed by the Queen. The Head of Government is the Chief Minister Osbourne Fleming, who is appointed by the Governor within the majority block of the Assembly, who must form an Executive Council approved by said chamber.
Anguilla has few natural resources, and the economy depends a lot on tourism, corporate and financial services, lobster fishing and remittances from emigrants. Its currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD).
The main products that it produces and exports are salt, fish, lobsters, concrete blocks, cattle, tobacco and rum.
The issuance of postage stamps intended primarily for philatelic collecting is also a source of income for its economy.
The Offshore financial services sector consists of banks, money services businesses, company managers, insurers, brokers, captive intermediaries, mutual funds and trust companies.
The captive industry plays an ever-increasing and important part of Anguilla's financial services industry. Anguilla is the fifth-largest jurisdiction for captive insurance, behind Bermuda, Cayman, Vermont and Guernsey.
Anguilla International Business Company / Limited Liability Company – US$2,650.00 (All Included)
We pride ourselves in providing the best possible professional service which includes our honest hassle free “No Hidden Fee” policy. Your incorporation package includes:
- Registration and Government Fees
- Bound set of Constitutional Documents
- Certified Copies of Constitutional Documents with Apostille for bank account opening
- Courier fees
- Registered Office & Registered Agent Service including all fees for calendar year
- Company Seal
Time to form: 1 week.
All our incorporation services include a yearly consulting session, a dedicated account manager and access to our global network of trusted business services, including introductions to accountants, financial, tax and legal advisors at no cost.
Bank Account Options
- Offshore Bank Account* (Remotely) – US$300.00
- Bahamas Bank Account (Remotely) – US$500.00
- Mauritius Bank Account (Remotely) – US$500.00
- Labuan (Malaysia) Bank Account (Remotely) – US$500.00
- Curaçao Bank Account (Remotely) – US$500.00
- Singapore Bank Account (In-person) – US$900.00
- Hong Kong Bank Account (In-person) – US$1,200.00
- Cayman Islands Bank Account (Remotely) – US$900.00
- Crypto-Friendly Bank Account (Offshore, Remotely) – US$3,000.00
We include introductions to payment processors or merchant accounts with all of our incorporation services. Whether you just need standard credit card processing or specialized services for high risk processing, we are happy to help you with introductions that can empower your business.
*Offshore Bank Accounts: Belize, Puerto Rico, Nevis, Antigua, Saint Lucia. Other bank account options may be available depending on business profile and turnover.
Annual Fees (2nd year) – US$1,350.00
- Government Fee
- Registered Agent & Registered Office Fee
- Corporate Director (1 year) – US$900.00
- Nominee Shareholder (1 year) – US$700.00
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