and welcome to this community. :-)
Your question sadly cannot be answered in its current form.
If you set up a corporation in a tax heaven, then you may indeed save on corporate taxes. On the downside:
- Perhaps some potential customers won't buy from you, because the customer rightly fears that your offshore jurisdiction places him in a bad position with regards to warranty claims, credit card refunds, etc.
- The tax auditors where you live might take a keen interest in you, because offshore jurisdictions have a bad reputation with tax auditors.
Have a look at some of the past answers on this site:
After reading a bit, if you are still considering this, go see a really good and honest tax adviser (say, a chartered accountant who specialises in international tax law) and who knows the tax law of your home country by heart. You really, really need the services of a skilled specialist
if you're considering this, the tax laws in most countries are famously complex.