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Mauritius at the 6th world rank of countries having the less fiscal pressure

Mauritius is among the Top 10 of the countries less subjugated to taxes in the world in terms of physical and financial residence that is 15% of taxes rate.
Mauritius is thus positioned at the 6th global place of the last ranking for 2014 established by the cabinet Bradley Hackford, as indicated by the Le Matinal newspaper.
The ranking takes several criteria of base into consideration.
The rate of fiscal pressure on individual who reside in the country, the lifestyle, the judiciary and physical security of taxable individual are thus evaluated.
The quality of the investment economic program put in place by the local authorities to encourage investment of new residents in the country as well as the geographical situation of the country, its accessibility and interest that it puts forward are equally studied.
International inverters plebiscite Mauritius in the wake of simple residence paperwork and tax benefits which associates.
The main procedure to obtain a resident permit in Mauritius does not require the purchase of a luxury property in the island, under the IRS (Integrated Resort Scheme), of a minimum value of 500.000 U.S dollars.
Ranking of countries which undergo less fiscal pressure

1 Bahamas 2 Andorra 3 Monaco 4 Bulgaria 5 Panama 6 Mauritius 7 United Arab Emirates (Dubai) 8 Guernsey 9 Cayman Islands 10 Switzerland
As a reminder on July 1 2014, the residential project destined to foreign citizens in Mauritius of type IRS had generated since 2012 some 17 million rupees* of revenues.
340 luxury villas has thus found buyers and 570 other real estate are still available on the market.
The purchase of villas worth more than 500,000 dollars (376,943 euros) via the IRS voted in 2002 allows for the acquisition of the property owner and his family a residency in Mauritius and possible tax domiciliation on the island.
*One euro roughly equivalent to 41 rupees

Fabrice François

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