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Discover Anguilla

Anguilla is one of the Caribbean's most luxurious and private islands. At every turn, picturesque white-sand beaches fall away into inviting turquoise seas. But it isn't just the island's idyllic geography that attracts successful people to its shores.

Where luxurious living meets financial freedom

Alongside its stunning natural beauty, Anguilla operates one of the world's most attractive tax regimes. The island has no direct taxation. Residents pay no income tax. No capital gains tax. No inheritance tax. And no corporate tax.

The Government of Anguilla leverages customs duties to maintain the islands modern communication and transport infrastructure whilst remaining an almost zero tax jurisdiction.

All successful applicants of Anguilla's Tax Residency programmes benefit from these tax classifications as well as the opportunity to live in one of safest, most picturesque islands in the world. 

Anguilla's reputation as a laid back placed to live is well-earned, but that doesn't mean that all work stops one you step onto the soft white sand. 

Anguilla is a regulated offshore jurisdiction for company management, trusts and estate planning, foundations, captive insurance and mutual funds. Lots of well renowned advisory firms have a presence on the island, helping you to protect your assets for the next generation. 

Capital city: The Valley
Languages: English
Visa free countries: N/a
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar
Total area: 91 km2
Population: 14,700
Nearest country: Saint Martin
Time zone: UTC -04:00
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Anguilla Tax Residency

To become a tax resident in Anguilla, applicants must fulfil ALL the following requirements:

Annual Tax Payment

Applicants must pay US$75,000 per year in annual worldwide income tax to Anguilla's Treasury

Property Investment

Applicants must own and maintain property in Anguilla valued in excess of US$400,000


All main applicants must:

  • Spend a minimum of 45 days in Anguilla each year
  • Establish genuine links in Anguilla, such as bank accounts, memberships etc
  • Spend no more than 183 days in any other country
  • Demonstrate the ability to readily transfer to first five years of tax payments
  • Pay the programme application and due diligence fees

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