** LINKS - LINQUES - LINKS **
EDUCATIONAL LINKS FOR
CONCERNED CANADIANS AND AMERICANS
Presented By: Eldon Warman
Updated January 9th, 2008
New source for Panamanian corporation
OTHER VERY INFORMATIVE WEBPAGES
Go To: OPINIONS ON CANADIAN ISSUES From Alberta
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Go To: OPINIONS ON CANADIAN ISSUES From Ontario
Go To: OPINIONS ON CANADIAN ISSUES From Ottawa
SOURCES FOR OFFSHORE INFORMATION,
HOW TO's AND SERVICES
Education and services [Membership fee]:
Offshore due dilligence service and advice:
My Privacy Club - Go To: Reclaim your Privacy NOW!
Sovereign Life - Go To: Live The Sovereign Life
To get your own (offshore) Panamanian corporation for about $1,000 CDN:
Then, Go To: Panama Corporations
Items you will need:
Note: Quoted costs were current as of February, 2008, but subject to change.
Incorporation papers - [ plus extra certified copy if you wish to use it as a
mortgage company ] - Cost - $350 USD - May be extra cost for additional copy.
"Bearer Stock" ownership certificate, sent to you.
3 nominee directors. Setup cost - $75 USD - Annually $75 USD
Resident Agent (1) Set Up Fee - $75 USD - Annually $75 USD
Apostille - certification of notary = [ corporate passport ] - Cost - $75 USD
Government Franchise Fee first year - $250 USD Then, 2nd Year - Annually - $300 USD
Delivery by Courier - - - - - - - - - - $30 USD
This linked Panamanian office is not a law office. It just performs the services of
a notary public in setting up the Panamanian corporation, but offers no legal advice.
The offshore info centres linked below can give you info on setting up offshore
A Panamanian corporation is a domestic corporation, and not an international business
corporation. Income from outside Panama is not taxable in Panama. Panama is a signatory
to The Hague Conventions 1961 (UNO). This means that a Panamanian corporation can do
business without registry in other signatory countries (most countries), but Canada is
not a signatory. So, if a Panamanian corporation is doing business in Canada, it must have
a physical office within the Province of business, and be registered as a foreign company
doing business in that Province. You can read about the 'apostille, The Hague Conventions
1961, #12 and the signatories to that UN treaty here: Apostille.
Do your own thing in going offshore:
Go To: ANTIGUA & BARBUDA OFFSHORE Antigua Offshore
Some good sources of free Offshore Info:
The Escape Artist
Form A Company
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[ Canada and USA ]
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