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A court ruling involving Microsoft’s offshore data storage offers an instructive lesson on the long reach of the US government—and what you can do to mitigate this political risk.
Opening an offshore bank account will help you to reduce your political risk and protect your savings.
Vanuatu might have something to offer in terms of offshore company formation, offshore banking, or lifestyle choices for the right people after extremely careful consideration.
While there are a number of low-tax countries around the world, the Cayman Islands stick out because of its distinct history and culture that is vehemently opposed to direct taxation.
In the latest example of bank deposit confiscation, Spain announced that it would impose a blanket taxation on all bank accounts.
I recently sat down with the folks over at The Daily Bell for an in-depth conversation. We covered a lot of topics, from the war on drugs to Austrian economics to international diversification.
It is well known that holding uncorrelated asset classes in our investment portfolio gives diversification benefits. In the same sense, diversifying among competing or rival countries or jurisdictions helps to maximize freedom by mitigating political risk.
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.
The possibility that your broker could be the next MF Global is a terrifying thought. Find out how you can mitigate this risk by using foreign brokers.
Make 2014 the year you finally declare freedom.
Owing to its long history of agriculture, freedom, and democracy, Mauritius has developed into a stable and attractive offshore jurisdiction with some truly unique features.
A brief overview of nine relatively lesser-known offshore jurisdictions.
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