Currency deposit / withdrawal
Why this guide?
In recent years, more and more people are thinking about a “safe haven” for their assets.
With each passing day it becomes more and more dangerous to keep your hard earned capital in Russia. This manual is designed to help all who wish to transfer their funds to Sri Lanka, where they can be invested in various projects or just banked for safekeeping.
How to transfer money?
First of all a bank account is required. It will be necessary to prove the legality of income (for example, a certificate of employment, form 2NDFL or certificate from the tax office). When the legality is confirmed, the bank will be able to transfer funds.
ON WHICH ACCOUNT TO TRANSFER MONEY IN SRI LANKA?
Banks introduce several types of debit accounts, but the best option to be considered to is a personal investment account called SIA (Securities Investment Account).
WHY TO USE SIA?
The main purpose of the account is to guarantee a smooth withdrawal of funds in the future. With this account, you can withdraw cash, transfer funds to the account of a company and carry out additional issues of shares. The necessary investment payments will be carried out from the company’s account.
ALTERNATIVE CURRENCY DEPOSIT SOLUTIONS
A loan agreement with a Sri Lankan company, which has a legal right to a foreign loan of up to $ 10 million per annum (total of up to $ 30 million) under the terms of standard bank interest rates.
When currency had been correctly deposited, it can be safely withdrawn as well. The methods above allow an uncomplicated clearance of accumulated funds as well. All income earned is taxed at standard rates in the receiving country. Double taxation does not exist.