News & Trends in Offshore Investing

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The 3 Best Places to Retire in South America
With the cost of living on the rise in places like North America, people are starting to consider retiring abroad and recently, many countries in South America have become popular retirement destinations.  Whether you are ready for retirement or just day-dreaming about your retirement, check out our list of the top 3 places to retire in South America. Read More.
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Economists: 5 Massive Biden Tax Hikes Will 'Crush' the Economy
Conservative economists blasting Democrat front-runner Joe Biden’s tax hike proposals warn his ideas would “crush” the record-setting U.S. economic recovery. Read More.
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Asset Protection For The Successful Entrepreneur
One instant you could be celebrating your 60th birthday and retirement from a successful career in business. After accumulating what is affectionately known as “F.U.” money, you’re testing out your new $2.6 million Bugatti Chiron on a curve at 190 mph with Snoop Dogg blasting on the diamond studded Accuton speakers. Things can change quickly and disaster rarely comes with advance warning. Suddenly, you’re in an accident. People are hurt. Things are fuzzy. Read More.
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Why Set Up an Overseas Bank Account?
I’m frequently asked that question at conferences and by clients.  They've seen the movies with numbered bank accounts in Switzerland, and paper bags or suitcases filled with cash. Those days existed once upon a time and might still exist in Hollywood, but the reality is anything but that today.  We live in a world of extreme transparency, information sharing and banking disclosures.  Read More.
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Part 3: A World of Choices When Moving Overseas
People from all over the world are flocking to Costa Rica for the culture, breathtaking views, and attractive expat opportunities. In fact, 2.5 million visitors every month to see why it’s been ranked #1 on the World Happiness Index. 50,000 North Americans have even stayed to call Costa Rica their home. Read More.
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Part 2: A World of Choices When Moving Overseas
The other factor most people consider is the concept of investment. For many, the purchase of a property, condo or home overseas is more than just lifestyle. Owning a property that can help carry its weight helps too. Knowing where in a maturity curve a country fits helps us define the kind of return on investment we desire. Read More.
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Interest in Cyprus rises as wealthy Brits step up citizenship shopping
A London-based investment immigration firm has seen a 50 per cent increase year-on-year in interest by wealthy Britons in securing a Cyprus passport, with Greece seeing a 30 per cent rise in the same period, it emerged on Thursday. Read More.
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Part 1: A World of Choices When Moving Overseas
If you want to own property overseas, getting the climate of the new location right is critical for happiness. Knowing how much of your reason is investment oriented, and what kind of return you desire are also important. For most folks it’s a compromise of these factors that ultimately produces the best property for all the right reasons. Read More.
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How to Keep From Getting Sued
Working to keep one’s self from getting sued is part art and part science and it takes advance planning and resolve. The combination of the two is frequently referred to as "asset protection" and can be achieved in a myriad of ways depending on one’s wealth, and risk profile. Read More.
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What retirement is like in 50 places around the world
In its 2019 “Stress in America” survey, the American Psychological Association reported that 60% of American adults identified money as a significant source of stress in their lives. Read More.
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Why Should The Global Citizen Consider Cyprus’ Citizenship By Investment Program?
Over the last few months, I’ve received a number of general and specific inquiries about different Citizenship by Investment passport programs. Rather than answer them all individually, I decided to do a short series of articles focusing in on the various Citizenship by Investment(CBI) programs. Read More.
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Part 2: Vineyard Estates for Pennies on the Dollar
Surprisingly, property ownership opportunities in Mendoza remain affordable, especially when compared to comparable properties in North America. Perhaps the pinnacle of property prices is in California’s Napa Valley where vineyard estates start in the low millions and run into the stratosphere. Read More.
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Polo Matches, Income Inequality, a Shaky Dollar and More Fantasy
Income inequality and polo matches are two concepts rarely found in the same sentence. I’m playing three weekends of polo tournaments starting on Saturday. What the hell does that have to do with these markets, the US social contract or your portfolio? Read More.
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America 1950 vs. America 2020
If you could go back to 1950, would you do it? There would be no Internet, no cellphones and you would only be able to watch television in black and white. But even though they lacked many of our modern conveniences, people genuinely seemed to be much happier back then. Read More.
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Part 1: Vineyard Estates for Pennies on the Dollar
Argentina conjures up many images when people hear the name. Gauchos riding the wide-open pampas, delicious steaks, crazy economic cycles, and of course... phenomenal wines. For the savvy real estate investor, it should also awaken a sense of value, deep value and tremendous opportunity. Read More.
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