A tax-neutral jurisdiction, The Bahamas is home to world-recognized banks and trust companies representing more than 25 countries, including Canada, France, Japan, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States. The United States and Bahamian dollar are traded in parity and accepted interchangeably.
Permanent residents in The Bahamas may be exempt from personal, corporate, capital gains, estate, dividend and inheritance taxes.
A parliamentary democracy, the Commonwealth of The Bahamas has an extensive history of stable, trusted and independent governance. Its Parliament, established in 1729, is one of the oldest of the Commonwealth countries.
The Bahamas’ established infrastructure with international schools, leading medical facilities and global accessibility, also makes the country a straightforward destination for full relocation.