It is sandwiched between England and France, yet it is not part of the European Union. Its expat community is mostly made up of seniors looking for an old-fashioned way of life. And it expects foreigners to pay at least twice as much as locals for the privilege of living on its 30-or-so square miles.
Could old Guernsey be the world’s most unlikely tax haven?
The quirky little jurisdiction is one of seven permanently inhabited islands in the English Channel and sits about 90 miles south of Britain’s mainland. But despite the proximity, Guernsey and neighboring islands like Alderney are little known even to the British.