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Government waste and market manipulation are pushing the US toward an unprecedented financial catastrophe...
Own real estate in these countries and skip the annual property-tax harvest.
This successful country has never had income tax, corporate tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, or even VAT, property tax, or sales tax in all of its history.
Here's why Catalonia's vote to secede from Spain is great news.
A properly structured international trust provides the maximum level of protection from anything that happens in your own country. It's simply the strongest asset protection vehicle on the planet.
Can you name this free-market jurisdiction in the Western hemisphere?
While there are a number of low-tax countries around the world, the Cayman Islands stick out because of its distinct history and culture that is vehemently opposed to direct taxation.
It should come as no surprise that many of our readers are independent-thinkers, exceptionally freedom-minded and fiercely libertarian. The smaller the government, the better so far as they are concerned. Indeed, some believe there should be no government at all. That said, today's feature might be of interest to the entire spectrum of political persuasion even if for just a lark: a small government without parties - just independents (supposedly) working for their constituents rather than vested interests. Jeff Thomas explains...
There are many things to consider when one decides to internationalize. There will be some give-and-take, and we probably won't find everything that we want in any one location. However, with some forethought and imagination, we can find a place that will suit us fairly well. Jeff Thomas discusses a few of these considerations and how to avoid being disappointed.
It seems obvious that the world economy is heading for a crash. But what will become of America after the crash? Will the same pioneering spirit that founded the nation return to reconstruct it? Will America bounce back? IM correspondent Jeff Thomas thinks not.
We have the pleasure to introduce Bruce Johns, a successful business owner that left the UK at the age of 26 to establish himself in the Cayman Islands just as its rise as an offshore centre was starting to create the prosperity the country enjoys today.