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Rothschild: USA Is the New Switzerland

The U.S. is the biggest tax haven in the world.

The End of Tax Havens?

Governments are in a last-ditch effort to squeeze as much wealth as possible from their citizens. Here’s what to do about it.

The Best Tax Haven for Americans Today

It’s pretty much the only place in the world where Americans can obtain such tax benefits without renouncing their citizenship.

Offshore Jurisdiction Review: Isle of Man

Tucked between the islands of Britain and Ireland in the middle of the Irish Sea, this little island has a lot to offer the international financial sector.

Offshore Jurisdiction Review: The Bahamas

The Bahamas is a true veteran in the offshore financial services sector.

Escaping Serfdom

Benjamin Franklin famously said, “Nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”

This is How Tax Havens Restrain the Greed of Politicians

Statists thinks low-tax nations should be forced to surrender their sovereignty to help high-tax nations prop up their inefficient welfare states.

The Economic Alamo

The world’s tax havens are the economic Alamo—the last holdout against world economic domination.

In a World of Tax Hells, a New Haven Emerges

Liberland is a new country founded on staunch libertarian and free-market principles.

Offshore Jurisdiction Review: Bermuda

A tax haven with an almost squeaky clean reputation, Bermuda plays a pivotal role in tax planning.

Tax Havens and the Greedy Rich

Will we see an economic reset—a New World Order of sorts—in which the IMF becomes the world’s tax arbiter?

The US Is a Tax Haven… and That’s a Very Good Thing

Let’s be thankful that the United States is a so-called tax haven. Those pro-growth policies help to offset Obama’s bad policies.

Tax Haven Myths vs. Facts

Politicians from high-tax nations as well as international bureaucracies want to stamp out low-tax jurisdictions. Today, we’re going to puncture some anti-tax-haven myths.

The Moral Case for Tax Havens

Besides their economic benefits, tax havens should also be defended on a moral basis. Most notably, they offer a safe haven for people subject to persecution.

The Economic Case for Tax Havens

There are sound economic reasons that tax havens should be embraced.

Why Welfare States Hate Tax Havens—Tax Competition

The OECD thinks low-tax nations should be forced to surrender their sovereignty to help high-tax nations like France and Germany prop up their inefficient welfare states.

Why Welfare States Hate Tax Havens—Tax Competition

The OECD thinks low-tax nations should be forced to surrender their sovereignty to help high-tax nations like France and Germany prop up their inefficient welfare states.

A Primer on Tax Havens

The assault on tax havens is economically and morally reprehensible. Tax havens are something that should be applauded, not persecuted.

The Economic Blacklist

Every year or two, an economic “blacklist” is made public to warn people as to what jurisdictions are not in compliance with world economic standards.