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The Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation primarily through investment in equity and equity-linked securities of issuers domiciled in Central Europe and Russia .
Oil Corp, X would be considered commercially domiciled in New York.
The New Jersey statute taxes individuals not domiciled in the state as residents if they "maintain a permanent place of abode in the state and spend more than 183 days of the taxable year in the state unless in the U.
of the captives that have been licensed in Vermont, some were originally domiciled offshore, according to Mr.
owned, domiciled in various foreign territories and all of which can be characterized as single-parent and multimember/owner captive entities formed to address the insurance needs of specific owners and groups.
They are now far more likely to be treated as non-UK domiciled by HMRC and so have more avenues open to them with regard to tax planning.
Mitsubishi is a NewYork corporation headquartered and commercially domiciled in New York.
How do Martha and Elmo become domiciled in Connecticut and cut the cord with New York?
Even the minimal tax advantages afforded to certain offshore domiciled association captives, which Bermuda management companies love to hang their hats on, have been reduced by the narrowing of differences between personal and corporate income taxes in the 1991 budget agreement.
has released the 2006 edition of Best's Pocket Key Rating Guide - Canada, presenting current year financial data and Best's Ratings of insurers operating in every Canadian province (including units owned by companies domiciled outside of Canada).
Its nearest competitor is Hawaii, which recently registered its 200th domiciled captive insurer.