How you can use a company in Scotland
For many years, Scotland has been very popular with entrepreneurs wishing to register their company abroad. Scotland is an independent state, which is part of Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain, therefore its commercial activities are mainly regulated by British laws.
Scotland is rightfully considered one of the most developed and reliable countries in terms of the financial system and business relationships. Registering a company in Scotland means protecting your savings and securing your business with stable legislation that allows you to register a company with a zero tax rate.
Benefits of registering a business in Scotland:
* the country's impeccable reputation is not questioned by any jurisdiction in the world;
* affordable pricing policy;
* high confidentiality and safety of assets;
* there is no need to submit tax returns and reports to the Register;
* Scottish Partnerships (LP) are tax-free;
* there are no strict requirements for the size of the authorized capital;
* quick registration procedure;
* a citizen of absolutely any country can register a company in Scotland;
* the possibility of cooperation with the world's leading banks;
A company registered in Scotland has the ability to conduct any commercial activity within the framework of the law of the state. Company registration in Scotland is the most optimal solution for those entrepreneurs who want to dispose of a tax-free instrument. The reliability and stability of the Scottish financial system competes with other European jurisdictions.
If you are interested in the possibility of registering a business in Scotland, highly qualified specialists of the West Union Group are ready to advise you on any questions of interest. We will prepare all the necessary documents and will do our best to speed up the process of registering a company in Scotland. Taking advantage of the professional services of West Union Group, you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality of service and affordable prices.
Scottish Limited Partnership, ( Scottish Limited Partnership, SLP ) is a legal entity having at least two founders (legal entities / individuals; residents / non-residents).
Unlike full partnerships, limited partners have two types of partners - "full" partners, who are responsible for the obligations of the partnership, and "limited" partners, whose liability is limited by the size of their participation in the capital.
The Scottish partnership has almost all the advantages of the English partnership ( LLP) , but also has its own advantage. The SLP does not have any accounting costs as it is not required to maintain accounting records. Just like an English LLP, Scottish Partnership , being a legal entity, can have various assets, introduce new members as limited partners, make various transactions, receive loans, etc., but does not submit financial statements to register, does not conduct an audit, does not require large accounting costs and prepares only a zero tax return. If necessary, both the profit and the property of such a partnership can be shown without any fear in the annual reporting, taxes will not be charged on it. This makes SLP a handy tool for minimizing taxes.
Other Scottish advantages LP :
• Scotland is a European jurisdiction that is not included in the FATF blacklist, which allows for international business, as well as facilitates the smooth opening of bank accounts.
• A company in Scotland in the form of LP is exempt from taxation if it does not conduct business in the UK.
• Companies from any jurisdiction, including offshore ones, can be members of the Scottish Limited Partnership. If the members of the partnership are legal entities, then taxation usually takes place in the jurisdiction where these structures were registered (if it is an offshore jurisdiction, there are no taxes.
• Information about the Scottish company is not available to third parties.