Turks and Caicos Islands
The Turks and Caicos Islands is a British Overseas Territory, consisting of forty islands and cays with only 8 of the islands and cays being inhabited.
The capital of the Turks and Caicos is Grand Turk, however, Providenciales where the majority of resorts are located on the number one beach in the world (Grace Bay) contributes the most the revenues of the country. There is a cruise port on the island of Providenciales.
The main sector for the Turks and Caicos is tourism which contribute more than 35% of the GDP. The total number of air and cruise passengers to the islands is approximately one (1) million tourists.
The next largest sector is the financial services which contribute 13% of the GDP.
The Turks and Caicos do not charge any income taxes or capital gain taxes and there are no currency controls.
While providing excellent services to local clients in Turks and Caicos, we simultaneously have the resources to extend services internationally.
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