Offshore Living Letter is a publication of Live and Invest Overseas. Our goal is to provide timely, actionable information on all things offshore, including: how to go offshore, diversifying your portfolio, wealth creation, protecting your assets, and much more.
“If you were to make specific recommendations for how to go about creating a Plan B, what would they be?” So I began the opening panel discussion for our Emergency Offshore Summit taking place in Panama City this week. On stage with me were our favorite legal eagle from Colombia Juan Dario Gutierrez… Cayman Islands […]
In a world of uncertainty, having an escape plan can help you sleep better. The details of such a plan differ for everyone. Maybe a nest egg on deposit in an offshore bank account somewhere is all you need to feel comfortable and confident about your and your family’s future. Or maybe you’re interested in […]
I have more than a dozen bank accounts outside the United States, most associated with various businesses and investments. I have two accounts for every entity, but few entities have more than two. Why would anyone want or need more than two accounts for a single entity? The de-risking era is answering that question for […]
The World Climate Summit ended Saturday with a general agreement among 195 countries for a plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions. The goal is to keep global temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees Celsius. Maybe the agreed reductions in emissions will allow the world to meet that target. Maybe they won’t. No one can […]
Reading today about the drought in California hit home for me the long-term benefits of owning agricultural land somewhere in the world that had access to plenty of water. The drought is being blamed for increased prices of everything from milk and vegetables to In-N-Out burgers. Water levels in Lake Mead, which provides water to […]
The idea behind Maya Spring Estates is privacy and elbow room. The developer has allowed for only 20 lots, each one big enough to serve as a base for a fully self-sufficient lifestyle. Lot sizes range from 2.5 acres up to more than 9.5 acres, meaning you have enough room to build a house and […]