The American Expatriation Guide—How to Divorce the US Government

The American Expatriation Guide—How to Divorce the US Government

Maybe you’re worried about the fragile state of the economy in America.

After all, our supposed “recovery” is marked by soaring unemployment and massive government debt—and most of the same problems that caused the last crash continue to linger.

Or maybe you’ve just had it with being treated as a piggy bank for the social program du jour. Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, welfare, and workfare are all broken and bleeding money, and taxes are going to rise substantially.

Whatever your reason for considering an escape to greener pastures, it is not a decision that should be made rashly or lightly. Whether you simply want a second passport “just in case” or want to jump ship for good, it requires preparation and guidance.

That’s why we’ve prepared for International Man readers this FREE report that will guide you through the process of expatriation in amazing detail.

The American Expatriation Guide—How to Divorce the US Government is a firsthand story of how and why a former US citizen—who kindly shared this information on condition of anonymity—decided to renounce his US citizenship. It’s packed with practical advice and priceless insights into this momentous decision.

Whether or not you take the ultimate step of renunciation, I believe you will find value from the author’s experiences jumping ship and divorcing the USA.

In this free guide, you’ll learn:

  • What expatriation means for US citizens
  • Immediate and lasting benefits of expatriation
  • What the “exit tax” is and how to calculate what you’d owe, if anything
  • A detailed road map of the process
  • Choosing where to live after you expatriate
  • Visiting America without falling back into the global US tax net.

To get a copy of The American Expatriation Guide—How to Divorce the US Government, simply log in to the International Man site and then go to the Free Guides & Resources section to download the PDF.

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