kimbocorp preserves wealth no matter where you are
Just follow our instructions and ask questions whenever you like. The best part? Even if you are busy, we still persevere to preserve wealth.
Notifications to keep things flowing
Its easy to let projects run out of steam. However we use notifications to keep everyone aligned.
Approve and sign documents on the go on your phone or desktop. Be assured that someone is working on it.
Ask whenever whatever
Communications made easy. Add advisors and consultants to the chat group and gain confidence on the strategy.
Discreet and secure
All communications and documents are bounded by a non-disclosure agreement. Also you are in control of who has access to the project dashboard.
Each of our projects are created to complete. And that means if you do not receive what we have agreed, you are subjected to our refund policy.
How do you preserve wealth using onshore company structures
We implement simple and legitimate strategies used by the largest organisations in the world to preserve wealth
Trademarks and Patents
Royalties from trademarks and patents are legitimate way to preserve wealth for global businesses
Sales profit distribution
Keeping the bulk of the profits in tax-efficient countries are legitimate ways used by the largest corporations to preserve wealth
Avoidance of capital gains
Another way to preserve wealth is to leverage laws in countries like Singapore to buy and sell assets such as stocks and shares and real estate and avoid capital gains.
Double Tax Treaties
A DTA spells out the taxing rights between Singapore and her treaty partner on the different types of income arising from cross-border economic activities between the two jurisdictions. The DTA also provides for reduction or exemption of tax on certain types of income.
Free trade agreements
Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) are treaties which make trade and investment between 2 or more economies easier. Singapore has an open economy which is driven by trade in goods and services. Over the years, it has forged an extensive network of 25 implemented agreements.
Dividends paid on or after 1 Jan 2008 by a Singapore resident company under the one-tier corporate tax system except co-operatives. That means investments into Singapore companies, which returns dividends, are generally tax-free.
Do you preserve wealth from your business effectively
From small, medium to large organisations, learn how easy it is to preserve wealth through strategies such as registrations of trademarks, patents and arms length transactions