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If you want to move funds to a business or an account you do not own (and thus has no personal tax liability for), then you have three possible options for your motive to do so:
If you live in a country where Common Law prevails, and you "transfer" money or other assets to an offshore entity or account that is not a charity, without it being part of a legitimate and bona fide business deal you can show signed paperwork for, you can expect your taxman to assume that you have a beneficiary ownership interest in the receiving party - which means tax liability on your part!
Morale: No matter how careful you were when establishing your offshore presence, you can blow it all away with stupid ownership behavior!
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