Features of Investment in Jamaica
Your company will be displayed on the ‘companies in Jamaica’ website a week after registering the company.
As a result, you will be able to attract more customers when they know that you are dealing with government agencies.
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Necessary Procedures to Start a Company in Jamaica
Reserve a company name.
Obtain a company address document.
Determine the type of company.
Determine the number of company directors.
Fill out the registration form.
Obtain the taxpayer registration number and obtain the reference number of the national insurance plan, which requires:
- Two personal photos.
- Birth certificate.
Register with the Internal Revenue Department to obtain a permit to benefit from various legal tax benefits.
You may obtain equity privileges from the Jamaican Intellectual Property Office.
Apply for a tax compliance certificate.
Types of Companies in Jamaica
It is the simplest type of company. The founder receives all the profits and is able to make all company decisions. He also bears all the risks and consequences of his decisions, and all his personal property is threatened in the company has debts. The cost to register this type of company is 2500 dollars.
Consists of two people at least and twenty people at most. One of its advantages is that partners share costs, risks and responsibilities. One of its negative points is that the ability to make decisions is limited there is more than one partner, and all partners are responsible for the consequences of the individual decisions of any of them. The company registration cost is 2000 dollars.
A group of people cooperate and trade together for mutual benefit. The company does not fall under the control of only one person. Each member is usually entitled to one vote regardless of their financial investment in cooperative work.
There is no upper limit on the number of members. The company has a separate identity and it can continue its work even if some members change or any of them leave the company.
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