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qbait
8th December 2018, 14:55
I work for a British agency now, but I'm outsourced for a German project that is partially remote and I'm going to be based mostly in Poland.
Not sure how long will be the contract, but it made me think if I should move the company to Poland?
Maybe, in this case, I could also move my company to tax heaven like HK or Belize? Any experience with that?
My accountant has no much clue about international law.

cojak
9th December 2018, 17:25
I work for a British agency now, but I'm outsourced for a German project that is partially remote and I'm going to be based mostly in Poland.
Not sure how long will be the contract, but it made me think if I should move the company to Poland?
Maybe, in this case, I could also move my company to tax heaven like HK or Belize? Any experience with that?
My accountant has no much clue about international law.

Speak to Sue@iPay. She’ll be able to help with this.

Old Greg
9th December 2018, 21:07
Speak to Sue@iPay. She’ll be able to help with this.

This.

Or I can introduce you to a tax favourable structure quasi domiciled in the Dutch Antilles.

cojak
9th December 2018, 21:49
This.

Or I can introduce you to a tax favourable structure quasi domiciled in the Dutch Antilles.

I think that this advice is best reserved for General, OG..

Old Greg
10th December 2018, 08:55
I think that this advice is best reserved for General, OG..

Like this thread. ;)

m0n1k3r
10th December 2018, 11:13
I work for a British agency now, but I'm outsourced for a German project that is partially remote and I'm going to be based mostly in Poland.
Not sure how long will be the contract, but it made me think if I should move the company to Poland?

If that's where you'll be living long-term, and you have around €25,000 to spare for the share capital required to set up a new limited company in Poland. You'll also need a Polish accountant as the tax authorities refuse to communicate in anything but Polish, and they require quick turnaround.

Or, you might instead register your UK company as a foreign branch in Poland. It won't provide you any particular benefits, but at least you'll be compliant. You'll still need a Polish accountant though, and separate bookkeeping for the Polish branch.


Maybe, in this case, I could also move my company to tax heaven like HK or Belize? Any experience with that?

Only if you enjoy getting into a big heap of trouble, unless you can show that you is normally resident there. Keep your company within the EU for work in the EU.

Sue at IPAYE
10th December 2018, 16:57
What m0n1k3r says about Ltd Co, plus, please read the brief guide to working in Europe which is a sticky above, and if you then want any further information please do drop me a PM.