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Events around the world show that cash-strapped governments will inevitably resort to:

  • Capital controls
  • An avalanche of tax hikes
  • Grabbing retirement savings
  • Asset forfeitures
  • Debt monetization
  • Bail-ins and bank deposit confiscations

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The US Is a Tax Haven… and That’s a Very Good Thing

Let’s be thankful that the United States is a so-called tax haven. Those pro-growth policies help to offset Obama’s bad policies.

The Perception Gap on Colombia and Why It’s a Very Good Thing

The key to Colombia’s high quality and low costs rests with the wide gap between what the average person perceives Colombia to be and what it is actually like.

There Goes the Neighbourhood

It was a difficult decision, but for many, it proved to be for the best.

Offshore Jurisdiction Review: Bahrain

Bahrain is a lesser-known offshore banking jurisdiction.

The North Korea of Africa: On the Ground in Eritrea

Eritrea is infamously distinguished for its oppressive tax system. It’s the only country in the world—other than the US—to tax its nonresident citizens on their global income.

What Will Happen to You When the Dollar Collapses?

Historically, when a nation’s debt exceeds its ability to repay even the interest, it can be assumed that the currency will collapse.

Banking in Hong Kong and China, and UnionPay

When you open an account in Hong Kong or China, you can also get access to China UnionPay, the Chinese payment processing system and an alternative to Visa and MasterCard.

New Kid on the Block:  Internationalization Concierge

How to achieve the financial security that comes with international diversification but without the hassles.

Capital Punishment

Any government that succeeds in controlling the monetary transactions of the individual can then control the individual.

Tax Haven Myths vs. Facts

Politicians from high-tax nations as well as international bureaucracies want to stamp out low-tax jurisdictions. Today, we’re going to puncture some anti-tax-haven myths.

Switzerland’s Struggle Against Fiscal Imperialism

Recently I spoke with Roland Meier, who has been a Swiss banker for decades. Roland and I touch on some important topics, including the US’s assault on the Swiss banking system, GATCA, and attempts to create a centralized one-world government.

The Next Empire

The last people to understand the collapse of an empire are those who live within it.

Foreign Real Estate Is the New Swiss Bank Account

Foreign real estate has a rare and notable feature that foreign financial assets like offshore bank and brokerage accounts do not have.

Offshore Jurisdiction Review—Anguilla

Anguilla competes for the claim of best offshore LLC jurisdiction.

Which New World Order Are We Talking About?

Instead of a New World Order, what I believe will occur instead will be a repeat of history.

What You Need to Know About Russia, Putin, and Gold

A Russian gold bullion expert provides some insight into the Russian gold market.

Never Leave a Tip for the Tax Collector

Recently I spoke with Terry Coxon on how to be tax efficient, the state of financial privacy in the world, how to lawsuit-proof your life, creating your own personal tax haven, and how international diversification plays an important role in all of these things.

The US vs. China: A Study in Opposites

We are passing through the early stages of a period of dramatic change. The economic and political world is in the process of turning upside down.

Jim Rogers on Opportunities in Russia and Other Hated Markets

Jim Rogers shows us that throughout history and around the world, the greatest investment and wealth-creation opportunities have been found in crises. Trouble is a marker for opportunity.

Cafayate’s Crystal Ball

Cafayate is Argentina's second-largest winemaking area, and it's on the rise.

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