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Do This Before the US Blacklists Your AmEx

It’s a political weapon. And the US is not shy about using it.

Banking in Hong Kong and China, and UnionPay

When you open an account in Hong Kong or China, you can also get access to China UnionPay, the Chinese payment processing system and an alternative to Visa and MasterCard.

Offshore Jurisdiction Review: Hong Kong

Forming an offshore company in Hong Kong is probably the easiest way to get a low or zero-tax private limited company in a reputable jurisdiction.

Internationalizing Your Website’s Server

You can obtain political diversification benefits for yourself and your business by spreading your digital presence across multiple friendly jurisdictions. One of the most important parts of doing that is internationalizing your website’s server.

Internationalizing Your Website’s Server

You can obtain political diversification benefits for yourself and your business by spreading your digital presence across multiple friendly jurisdictions. One of the most important parts of doing that is internationalizing your website’s server.

The Best Offshore Banks That I Used

An overview of the best offshore banks used for business or personal purposes by an international consultant.

Thoughts on Singapore

Singapore is widely considered a desirable expatriate location, but why? As the discussions on the IM Forum clearly show, there is great diversity among individuals regarding where they want to live and why. We can research the facts and figures of any given location to learn about its tangible features. But what about the intangibles – our awareness of a place and how it makes us feel? To research the intangibles, we rely on personal opinions and today we share those of Marwood Dent, a first-time contributor and resident of Singapore.

Why Choose Hong Kong?

A few weeks ago permanent traveler Ian Oliver shared his insights with us in “The Top 10 Lessons of a Grizzled PT”. One reader responded to the article, asking which countries had he lived in? So, today, Ian begins answering that question with the first stop along his PT Journey – The Pearl of the Orient – Hong Kong.