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The Only Thing Systematic Is The Destruction of America
In this article I detailed the purposeful systematic destruction of global economies, with a bad flu as the catalyst, as part of a plan by the Davos elite to reconstruct the world in a manner most beneficial to these evil men and detrimental to you and me. The fight remains to be fought. Orwell’s worst fears are coming to fruition. Read More.
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Guy who’s been to 135 countries shares 9 where you can live well for $1000 a month
Bruce Northam is what you might call well-traveled. The author has spent decades navigating the globe, a journey he details in “The Directions to Happiness: A 135-Country Quest for Life Lessons.” Along the way, he’s gotten a good idea of where your money stretches the farthest. Read More.
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How to Retire in Italy
Retirement in Italy is surprisingly affordable outside of Rome and Florence. It's a land of historic significance, architectural marvels, beautiful cities, never-ending feasts of culture and amazing food. Read More.
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Virginia Forces Christian Ministries to Adopt 'Government Ideology' or Pay $100K
Three Christian schools and a Christian network of pregnancy centers are suing to prevent Virginia from implementing laws that force “people of faith to adopt a particular government ideology under threat of punishment.” Read More.
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Part 6: Building a Home Overseas
Needing to hire an outside, independent inspector is a topic that drives right to the heart of the saying, “We don’t know what we don’t know.” Read More.
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Bitcoin Use In Everyday Life - Wealth Preservation, Remittance Fees, Rewards & Cash Back Bonuses
While many are familiar with the ways in which they can utilize cryptocurrency in their everyday life, many are unaware of the tools available to them. Read More.
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Check out these insider tips for the top things to know about retiring in another country
Living in another country is a save-your-retirement move that few people consider. Read More.
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The looming threat of socialism in America
Socialist-oriented candidates scored a number of impressive victories in the recent Democratic primary contests. The presidential candidate of the party that they dominate is considerably ahead in the polls. Read More.
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The Coronavirus Three “S” Planning Response
I spoke at an emergency coronavirus response webinar last week about asset protection and estate planning. I made the comment that the best time for legal planning was prior to the Coronavirus outbreak, but the second best time is right now. Read More.
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Why I'm Leaving California
My family and my company are leaving California. It's heartbreaking. Read More.
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7 Things Roatan Expats Want You to Know
Roatan, Honduras has been a popular destination for quite some time for expats seeking to find that special place in the sun. Read More.
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Part 5: Building a Home Overseas
Building a home overseas is an adventure. It can be a wonderful experience if we plan ahead, stay focused, and admit that we don’t know what we don’t know. Part one of this article covered the design, engineering, and the selection of a builder. Part two covers rule of law as it relates to contracts with a builder, assumptions we might make as North Americans, and the fun parts of building a home, furnishing it, and getting it ready to enjoy. Read More.
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Part 4: Building a Home Overseas
A note about thatch - this construction methodology looks great, sexy even, and is enticing for the tropical feel it brings to a home. I agree. It does. But there are some critical downsides to thatch most contractors won’t tell you about. Read More.
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Part 3: Building a Home Overseas
Once you’ve selected an architect and have the house designed, make sure that the engineering is right for the environment. Read More.
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Banking in Europe
Many people ask me whether banking options still exist for Americans to open a bank account in Europe. The answer is "yes"...but. The truth is that global banking regulations led by the US and EU have made it more difficult to bank on the other side of the pond for citizens of both. I'll leave Europeans trying to open a bank account in the US for another day, but today we'll look at the advantages and disadvantages for American banking in Europe. Read More.
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