Relocating Your Business To Reduce Your Tax Burden Is Not Unpatriotic But Common Sense

Relocating Your Business To Reduce Your Tax Burden Is Not Unpatriotic But Common Sense
Relocating Your Business To Reduce Your Tax Burden Is Not Unpatriotic But Common SenseWouldn’t It Be Easier Just To Stay Home?

Aug. 25, 2014
Nashville, Tennessee

Dear Offshore Living Letter Reader,

I’m “onshore” this week in Nashville for our once-a-year Retire Overseas Conference. We arrived in the States yesterday afternoon. Once we’d cleared U.S. immigration in Houston, where my wife was singled out as she is now every time she crosses the U.S. border for reasons no one with U.S. immigration seems to be able to explain, the experience of making our way to Nashville was painless.

The truth is, the United States is one of the easiest places in the world to live and travel. You might begin to wonder: Why do anything offshore in the first place? Easier, surely, just to stay put.

Overregulation and poor government stewardship of the people’s money are two reasons to consider voting with your feet and your finances and relocating yourself and your assets somewhere else.

However, I’d say that going offshore is better approached as an opportunity rather than an escape. Or, put another way, this isn’t a political decision. It’s a practical one.

In that context, what’s the real advantage of the Five Flags ideas I report on? Continue reading “Relocating Your Business To Reduce Your Tax Burden Is Not Unpatriotic But Common Sense” »

The Benefits Of Diversifying Your Business And Your Assets Offshore

The Benefits Of Diversifying Your Business And Your Assets Offshore
The Benefits Of Diversifying Your Business And Your Assets OffshoreWouldn’t It Be Easier Just To Stay Home?

Aug. 25, 2014
Nashville, Tennessee

Dear Offshore Living Letter Reader,

I’m “onshore” this week in Nashville for our once-a-year Retire Overseas Conference. We arrived in the States yesterday afternoon. Once we’d cleared U.S. immigration in Houston, where my wife was singled out as she is now every time she crosses the U.S. border for reasons no one with U.S. immigration seems to be able to explain, the experience of making our way to Nashville was painless.

The truth is, the United States is one of the easiest places in the world to live and travel. You might begin to wonder: Why do anything offshore in the first place? Easier, surely, just to stay put.

Overregulation and poor government stewardship of the people’s money are two reasons to consider voting with your feet and your finances and relocating yourself and your assets somewhere else.

However, I’d say that going offshore is better approached as an opportunity rather than an escape. Or, put another way, this isn’t a political decision. It’s a practical one.

In that context, what’s the real advantage of the Five Flags ideas I report on? Continue reading “The Benefits Of Diversifying Your Business And Your Assets Offshore” »