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Guide reading:There are two important characteristics of investing in overseas financial management + offshore trust: reasonable tax avoidance and debt avoidance to a certain extent Within the trust structure, children do not need to pay investment value-added tax
Cao Dewang, chairman of Fuyao Glass, received an interview video from First Finance and Economics, which was widely circulated in various social media, triggering heated discussions about the cost changes of manufacturing industries in China and the United States.
In the interview, Cao Dewang mentioned that: to make automobile glass, float glass uses natural gas, the price of natural gas in the United States is only one quarter of that in China; and the price of electricity is 70% of that in China; moreover, the land in the United States is free, and even the factory buildings are "free". Take the factory bought by Fuyao for example, it cost 15 million dollars, and the government subsidized 16 million dollars. It's equivalent to not spending money.
Who is suitable for overseas asset allocation?
People with diversified investment needs and vision
With the increasing domestic real estate prices, many high net worth customers cash in their real estate, but there is no big opportunity for A shares, naturally there is demand for overseas asset allocation. Data show that by 2020, the number of high net worth households in China is expected to increase by 3.88 million, and the proportion of total investable financial assets in China's overall personal wealth will reach 51%.
Families with a lot of wealth to pass on
At present, some wealthy families in China have begun to enter the stage of inheritance, but the arrangement of wealth inheritance in China is still single and backward, facing many risks. Family inheritance is relatively mature abroad, such as the famous Rockefeller family, the Rothschild family, the Kennedy family, and so on. There are many successful experiences. The scope of asset allocation must also be global. Because only by fully dispersing risks, can we deal with local changes, accidents and so on.
Children with overseas educational needs
Nowadays, more and more wealthy families choose to let their children study abroad. So, how much does it cost to study abroad? In the United States, for example, universities need about 500,000 yuan a year, and in some cases more. If it were Australia, it would be between 250,000 and 300,000, and Europe would not be much different from the United States. Because children studying abroad will also bring about the need to allocate overseas assets.
Demand for immigration
For most Chinese, the purpose of investing in immigrants is not to live abroad, but to acquire a foreign identity. Because of their identity, they have very good returns in education, health care, security, investment, home ownership and many other aspects. In addition, there are some tax incentives for returning to domestic business, investment and entrepreneurship as foreign businessmen. Therefore, investment migration is a comprehensive demand, so the number of this demand is very large.
People with overseas business contacts
This part of the population may be relatively small, because entrepreneurs are a minority, and even fewer can do business abroad.  But they may also have the strongest needs, and their vision and pattern have long been globalized. In addition to business, they also need to invest in risk diversification. For example, buying a home abroad.
What can overseas asset allocation bring to you?
I. Risk Guarantee of Family Establishment
Financial management can escort your family and career! Every family has its main economic pillar, and their success has led to a high quality of life for the whole family.
Making full use of financial planning to establish a sound security system for their families, even if their own misfortunes or business failures, can still ensure that the quality of life of the family will not decline significantly.
2. Legal Tax Avoidance and Asset Protection
China's inheritance law will soon be promulgated and implemented, which is the requirement of our country's entry into WTO and conformity with international standards.
The implementation of inheritance law will bring serious and realistic problems to private owners: they have devoted all their lives to their enterprises, and when they die, nearly half of their assets will be paid as inheritance tax, and no one can escape this reality.
As for the proportion of inheritance tax levied,
Britain is 40%
Japan can reach 60%.
The United States is 37%-55%.
How to preserve assets? The tax-free characteristics of overseas assets provide you with the most effective, legal and unique tax avoidance tool!
Recently, a wealthy Taiwanese purchased more than 3 billion yuan of life insurance, the purpose of which is obviously not only to protect, but also to evade tax revenue. Purchasing overseas assets is not only a financial tool for individuals and families, but also an indispensable financial management tool for enterprises.
III. Tools for debt avoidance
There are two important characteristics of investing in overseas financial management + offshore trust: reasonable tax avoidance and debt avoidance to a certain extent
Within the trust structure, children do not need to pay investment value-added tax and pay debts for their parents when they receive high income from financial investment.