Jurisdictions

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

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Luxembourg is an independent State and a founder member of the European Union. Its location at the heart of the European Community provides easy access to some of Europe's largest financial and industrial centres.

The country has followed an open economic policy promoting international trade which has attracted foreign capital investment in the Duchy evidenced by a number of significant treaties leading towards more advantageous economical unification.

Key Benefits & Requirements

  • Internationally recognised financial centre
  • Strategic location in Europe with a high standard of living
  • The availability of a qualified multilingual workforce speaking English, French and German
  • Political and social stability
  • Favourable tax treaty agreements with 57 countries
  • Very competitive company taxation at 28.59% which is made up of a corporate tax of 21.00% plus an unemployment surcharge of 0.84% and a municipal business tax of 6.75% (for Luxembourg City).
  • Companies are also subject to a wealth tax of 0.5% of net assets with certain exemptions.
  • No withholding taxes on dividends, paid to EU or double tax treaty resident companies otherwise 15%.
  • No withholding tax on interest and royalties.
  • Lowest VAT rate in Europe at 15%.
  • Very competitive personal tax rates up to a maximum of 38.95%.
  • Very low social security rates of 12% for employees and 13% for employers

Services Offered

• Incorporation, structuring, and administration of Luxembourg companies
• Day-to-day company administration including opening and operating bank accounts, issuing invoices, VAT management, accounting and bookkeeping services
• Business support services for clients wishing to establish a base in Luxembourg.
• Registration of yachts


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