Internationalization

Introduction to Asset Protection

This is an especially complex subject and, as the title implies, this post will merely serve as an introduction. I might go more in-depth in future posts. Asset protection is a term thrown around quite lightly in the financial services industry. Set up an LLC here, establish a trust there,…

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The Permanent Traveller

This article, like much of what I write, does not apply to American and Eritrean citizens. In this particular case, it is because  these jurisdictions are unique in that they (may) tax non-resident citizens, according to a 2011 report by E&Y. This is a subject that is as popular as it…



Living Offshore

Have you ever thought about packing your bags and moving to a sunny island where it’s peaceful all the time, the drinks are cheap, and the taxes are low? Today we will go through ten offshore jurisdictions and explain the pros and cons of living there. What is being presented…


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Second Residence

All internationalization communities encourage its readers and participants to move to some supposedly laissez-faire capitalist paradise. Recently, this has been Chile and Paraguay. They also encourage the acquisition of a second passport, from places like Dominica, Antigua and Barbuda, and Saint Kitts and Nevis. In this post, I will go…


The Ins and Outs of a Second Passport

“Holy mackerel! A Dominican citizenship for only $10,000? Better grab my credit card!” Not so fast, Jimmy. Aside from often marketing misleading prices, offshore service providers don’t always give you a transparent, upfront breakdown of the pros and cons of having a second citizenship. The True Cost Sometimes, you will…


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