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How an international trust can provide asset protection against lawsuits and other measures.
Saint Kitts and Nevis is known for its LLCs, foundations, and most notably for its economic citizenship program.
Here are the top 10 reasons so many investors are missing out on the kind of protection they want for themselves and their families.
Someday your estate could be taxed at a rate as high as… whatever Congress wants the rate to be at the time. The rules keep changing.
When it comes to internationalization, the facts of the real world don’t match the standard fictions of the movie and the political worlds.
A properly structured international trust provides the maximum level of protection from anything that happens in your own country. It’s simply the strongest asset protection vehicle on the planet.
In terms of asset protection, nothing comes close to an international trust. It is the top-shelf solution.
There is almost certainly a limited window of opportunity to protect yourself before the US implements some form of official capital controls.
Even though the US government can’t reach your foreign assets directly, it can reach you.
The elephant in the room is, of course, the government. And you should do something about it now, before your house is wrecked and you and your family get stomped in the process.
An international trust in the Cook Islands is the best form of wealth and asset protection available on the planet.
Just when you thought there was nothing more the US government could do to motivate you to ship your financial life offshore, they came up with another one. And if you have a sizeable net worth, it’s a big one; you could save your family $2.2 million in taxes by acting on the opportunity during the next 21 months. A husband-and-wife effort could save twice as much.
If everything you own is held in your own name in your own country, then you are not merely exposed, you are vulnerable absolutely, to whatever decisions the government might make about how you should behave and who gets the wealth you’ve earned.