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    Quote Originally Posted by MMM View Post
    for Cyprus, you should also consider the unstable economics - it can affect your ability to take money out.
    I thought I read that Malta was in danger of nearing a similar banking situation to what hit Cyprus (can't find the "news" article though).

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    Russia also is good

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Shay- View Post
    I thought I read that Malta was in danger of nearing a similar banking situation to what hit Cyprus (can't find the "news" article though).
    There were rumours 2 years ago, but i didn't hear of something similar like Cyprus that happened. Anyway, is Always a risk if the banking sector is 7 or 8 times the GDP of a country and funded by non-resident depositors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WagerPod View Post
    Isle of Man? lower taxes than the mainland and English? Weather is typically awful.
    Yeh i've considered Isle of Man, no corp tax and low income tax rate - I think it's 10% top rate can't remember it might go up to 20%.

    Advantage being it's 30 mins flight back to UK so I can stay in touch with everyone, disadvantage, crap weather as you mentioned.

    I'm a very weather-affected person so I'd probably prefer somewhere warmer if I'm going to make such a big move and leave where I live, the lifestyle change is as appealing as any tax breaks - I'd love to be able to get up in the warm weather, be near the sea and just go out for a nice hour long coastal bike ride each morning to start the day.

    In the UK it just feels like we wait 9 months through the cold and rain to get our 3 months of summer if we're lucky, being an affiliate working from home I would absolutely love to be able to go outside in the sun and have a more outdoorsy lifestyle but I'm not a big fan of getting soaked or walking in the hills on my own like some crazy people haha.

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    IF you REALLY want to make a change then New Zealand suits me.

    PROS :
    Good for English language and medical facilities, and long term it has a good climate, and food security / availability.
    Quality environment and access to outdoor recreation.

    NEUTRAL :
    Legislation is OK - as long as you are not targeting locals.
    Tax is OK at 33% individual and 28% corporate.

    CONS :
    It's a long, long way from Northern Hemisphere (also a pro). Flights 40+ hours, costing $3-4K return.
    It's not cheap. Island economy means most consumer goods are imported and 20% more expensive.

    SUMMARY :
    Basically, if you are earning six-figures then you will be able to afford live well here.
    Lifestyle is casual, weather is temperate (very little snow), local food is plentiful and fresh.

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    (I also considered Australia, but while it's a better match for current European living standards in Melbourne and Sydney, it's more expensive, and the country as a whole has massive economic problems with the resource slump, and huge potential problems with global warming).

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    Only 367 km of sea separates Malta from Tripoli, so I wouldn't be going there anytime soon, especially since ISIL now has a strong presence in Tripoli and is threatening to attack Italy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbet View Post
    Only 367 km of sea separates Malta from Tripoli, so I wouldn't be going there anytime soon, especially since ISIL now has a strong presence in Tripoli and is threatening to attack Italy.
    Yeah right, ISIL attacking Italy...

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    Caribbean region?

    Many operators have their companies registered there (Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Grenada, Cayman Islands etc.), so I think it would be an option for affiliates too.

    Low taxes compared with European offshore regions, sun, amazing beaches and nature , like in Spain, but more exotic.
    And the english is official language in many islands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vardan View Post
    Caribbean region?

    Many operators have their companies registered there (Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Grenada, Cayman Islands etc.), so I think it would be an option for affiliates too.

    Low taxes compared with European offshore regions, sun, amazing beaches and nature , like in Spain, but more exotic.
    And the english is official language in many islands.
    Yeah, sounds better to me than all the EU-offshore places. English is the main language almost on every Island, economics are stabile, they have not so much to do with cleptomanic socialist EU-systems that do not like taks havens, a better climate and the demographics are giving a better hope on the future than in the EU.

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    Portugal could be an option - costs of living are still lower compared to other EU countries though english/international schools cost extra of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by CasinoVergelijker View Post
    Yeah, sounds better to me than all the EU-offshore places. English is the main language almost on every Island, economics are stabile, they have not so much to do with cleptomanic socialist EU-systems that do not like taks havens, a better climate and the demographics are giving a better hope on the future than in the EU.
    The best places in the Carribean are pretty expensive, and those that are not are not really viable unless you like living in murder and crime capitals of the world, Cuba would be a great place if they opened up, failing that Dominican perhaps... If you want cheap with medium crime levels then Panama is a Good option Taxes, big English speaking Expat population, no taxes on income earned from outside and dollar currency but it's pretty humid

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    Poland have now awful gambling law, for players, not for affiliates.
    You can base in Poland as an affiliate, but beware to offer gambling to locals.
    Local government is crazy now about fighting with internet gambling, nowadays.
    But, if you offer gambling for outsiders, it's okay.
    You can set up company in Poland and keep your hosting somewhere else.

    Some HYIP programs and alternative investments programs set up companies at Belize. Interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderpunter View Post
    The best places in the Carribean are pretty expensive, and those that are not are not really viable unless you like living in murder and crime capitals of the world, Cuba would be a great place if they opened up, failing that Dominican perhaps... If you want cheap with medium crime levels then Panama is a Good option Taxes, big English speaking Expat population, no taxes on income earned from outside and dollar currency but it's pretty humid
    Yep, but like almost everywhere: nice places (in a lot of ways) do cost money. If Cuba opens op, it will also be much more expensive. Margarita was years ago a nice place, now it's quite dangerous. Panama is also nice or Colombia or Peru. Good places are costing money there, but in general it's cheaper than Western-Europe and the life is better there in my opinion(if you do have money).

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    Perhaps Thailand if you were looking for cheap living expenses or were you focusing more on tax breaks?
    Currently dipping my toe back in the water with my pet project site, Vegan Chocolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbet View Post
    Only 367 km of sea separates Malta from Tripoli, so I wouldn't be going there anytime soon, especially since ISIL now has a strong presence in Tripoli and is threatening to attack Italy.
    Never actually thought of that, wonder how this impacts the companies currently based in Malta? As ISIL will more than likely chuck people from buildings for gambling as Muslims don't believe in it, I think.
    Currently dipping my toe back in the water with my pet project site, Vegan Chocolate.

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    I think 5-6 flag theory is the way to go.

    I read this theory after I have done it on my own. I divided company/bank account of company/my bank accounts/real residency/paper residency. I am trying to get passport after residency in 0% income tax country as well, but that is only a bonus.

    US citizens are in shithole anyways, because they are already part of "USA L.L.C.". Canada is trying to do the same for citizens and EU will follow sooner or later.

    I live most of the time in IIIrd world countries and it has a value that is not seen now. Of course life here is 100x harder than in poor European country, but that is investment in future.
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    Are there any country in UE where affiliate marketing for gambling is 100% legal, where you can go to the bank and open a company account without a lot of paperwork and run around? I suppose Malta, Gibraltar, Isle of Man but even there you need a good local introducer for that. How about UK & Ireland, is it possible?
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    Has anybody made the move from Europe (EU) to Malaysia?

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    Can you tell more about Polish law? I am currently making a Polish localization, IŽd like to know more. Thanx a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by WagerPod View Post
    Perhaps Thailand if you were looking for cheap living expenses or were you focusing more on tax breaks?
    This is what i was going to say, beautiful scenery + a very low cost of living, hopefully will be looking into relocating over there within the next year.

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