The Marshall Islands is a state in the Pacific Ocean associated with the United States. It consists of 29 atolls and many small islands. Marshall Islands companies have no obligation to prepare and file financial and tax reports.
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Companies’ activities in the Marshall Islands are regulated by the Business Corporations Act 1990.
Companies are not required to file financial statements or tax accounts with state authorities. However, we recommend that our clients keep accounting records and prepare management accounts for their own security, investors and analysis of the results of economic activities.
On 1 January 2019, the Marshall Islands adopted economic substance legislation. In accordance therewith, all non-resident companies and foreign maritime companies controlled in the territory of the Marshall Islands starting on 1 July 2020 must annually provide a report confirming that they meet all requirements applied to companies regarding economic substance. Such a report must contain, among other things, information on the financial results of the company’s activity.
The report shall be filed within 12 months after the end of the reporting period.
Late filing of an economic substance report may result in sanctions in the form of a penalty or striking the company off the Register.
Audit is not required.
There are no requirements regarding preparation of a consolidated report.
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