The global trends are evolving on daily basis depending on the demand of the customers. European countries have been identified as the hub which has not been fully utilized by the entrepreneurs. There is a general liking towards investing in these countries due to favorable trading conditions in the countries. The current change which has shaped the market place is reduction of corporation fee for foreign investors. This is a form of tax which most of the organizations evade. In other countries, exorbitant charges are levied to an extent of 30%. Notably, choosing to invest remotely is a move to expand their operations through serving a wide base of clients, suppliers and identification of new trade partners. Europeans countries are viable avenues to establish new businesses. The flexibility nature offered by such venture does not mandate the owner to physically present themselves in the host country. Many countries will allow people to form a company remotely but very few will allow professionals to set up a corporate bank account without being physically present. This article will cover three countries that not only offer company formation but also corporate bank account set up from abroad.
Most of the companies are incorporated under Limited Liability Company, Joint Stock Company, limited partnership, general partnership, partnership limited shares or joint stock. The most common organizations are joint stock and limited liability ccompany.There exist differences and similar characteristics among the two. Ideally, they can be formed by at least one shareholder and owned by one or more people. These two types of Bulgarian companies bear differencesin constitution. Limited Liability Company is required to hold meeting with its shareholders and a manager. On the other hand, joint stock constitute both the shareholders and directors. Moreover, limited liability company partners have an equal rights concerning profits and management. Besides joint stock has limited liability to a section of shareholders.
Launching a business in this country has been eased considerably. Flexible labor laws which have been in places enable various players to embrace the ever expanding market. Business and labor freedom introduced by light policies favors any starter in this kind of market. Judicial systems are not strengthened enough to uphold integrity issues with the government and other organizations where public monies are squandered. As the country transition to an open economic system, the tax rates remains at a flat rate of 10%. The country has a legal agreement with 68 countries in enacting double taxation. Examples are Algeria, Albanian, Cyprus and others. Thelegal governance of the entrepreneur investing in this country is governed by Foreign National Act. The law of the land requires the investor to create employment for the host citizens, the investment should be related to any activity legally acceptable in the country and the investment should last for more than three years. Among other requirements, the stated elements are considered paramount in establishing base in the country. In order to maintain close link with the local, Bulgarian is the language to invoke in all dealings.
Malta is ideal for business due its good infrastructure connectivity. However, it is ranked as the freest economy, with no regulations controlling the monetary activities in the country. This has resulted to its classification as 47 th least corrupt nation by Transparency International for the year 2016. Most foreigners are attracted to invest in Malta due to less incorporation procedures and the entities available in the market. The most common type of companies incorporated in Malta are limited liability and partnership. This is justified by less registration procedure while setting up. In order to encourage international trade growth, the country has introduced double taxation with more than 50 countries such as Belgium, Australia, Bahrain and others. The tax rate goes up to 35%.The legal body concerning the market has not introduced succinct measures to curb uncertainties experienced in the market hence leading to unstable market. Forming a company in Malta requires an investor to have two shareholders and a director who not necessarily come from the same country. Withal, registration can be made with as low as 233 euros. The law requires the entrepreneur to register with EU tax portal in order to comply with double taxation policies. English language is the common dialect, with more than 88% of the population able to speak it. The international investor can therefore connect with clients, suppliers and customers.
Whenever an entrepreneur thinks of a business in France, he should be aware of the available choices. Most companies are incorporated under form of simplified stock corporation (SAS), a limited liability company by shares, French limited liability Company (SARL), Frenchjoint stock Company or French sole proprietorship. High corporation tax scares aware the investors since it is set at 34%. Notably, treaties made with more than 30 nations to prevent tax avoidance contribute to investment ignorance. Some of the nations included in the agreement are Poland, Malta, Portugal and others. One of the factor that affects business growth is legal and economic environment. France proud itself with a sound legal framework, that has enabled stabilization of economic growth. There is witnessed progression in every sector of the economy witnessed by vibrant trading. Both commercial and civil laws corporately motivates the entrepreneurs and consumers. Reaching customers in their own language is the only way to guarantee sales. French is the main language which makes it difficult for the international investor to communicate with citizens. Consequently the commercial law allows the trader to choose the form of tax payment depending with the type of business. One is required to produce legal document of origin country to facilitate registration. Commercial Chamber details all the procedures that can be followed to open a startup in the country. In order to operate a remote operations, thorough verification of documents is done to establish authenticity.
Considering the information gathered regarding the three countries, one major variant is corporation tax. France and Malta have 34% and 35% respectively. Bulgaria stands at 10%, which is by far less compared to the other two. Checking on the economic stability, Bulgaria and France have favorable conditions that can favor profitable investment as opposed to Malta’s. Although 88% of the population in Malta speak English, the free nature of the economy makes it unpredictable. Bulgaria is therefore best venture due to less corporation tax and enabling legal and economic environment.