Low Risk businesses in The Bahamas are eligible for a Provisional License to facilitate business activity while completing registration requirements.
A Temporary Business Licence is a great way for foreign individuals and companies to perform specific tasks under contract in The Bahamas for up to 3 years.
Purchasing property in The Bahamas could be a confusing task, especially for first time home buyers and non-residents who are unaware of the number of fees associated with real estate transactions. To clarify the process we have provided a basic guideline to demonstrate the steps involved in the sale or purchase of real estate together […]Continue reading
For most people, the term ‘Foundation’ is often affiliated with charitable organizations that broadcast dramatical advertisements seeking to save the rainforest or feeding the poor on your local cable station. The common perception of a Foundation includes large organizations and billionaire families, while often distracted from other advantageous factors that can be utilized by the […]Continue reading
Every once in a while, while speed reading through the local dailies to catch the latest headlines worthy of gossip amidst fellow colleagues, a news report concerning the arrest of a local resident or a group of tourists for failing to declare a certain amount of cash to US Customs officers at the airport. Usually the […]Continue reading
On the 17th of December 2017 the highly anticipated Commercial Enterprises Act ascended into legislation as the Bahamas’ latest enactments to boost the nations flagging financial services industry. As described by Prime Minister Dr. Hubert A. Minnis during the 27th Annual Bahamas Business Outlook Seminar, the Act will encourage both domestic and foreign investment in […]Continue reading