Invest offshore in Brazil Beachfront Property

March 11, 2013

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! The entire process of a foreigner purchasing property in Brazil can be completed in about 5 business days. BRAZIL PROPERTY PURCHASING PROCESS FOR FOREIGNERS: 1. You purchase airline ticket to Rio de Janeiro (GIG) Brazil Airport 2. You must […]

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International Women’s Day and thank you to viewers

March 8, 2013

The UN theme for International Women’s Day 2013 is “A promise is a promise: Time for action to end violence against women,” while International Women’s Day 2013 has declared the year’s theme as The Gender Agenda: Gaining Momentum. On 2013 International Women’s Day, the International Red Cross draw attention to the plight of women in […]

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Getting started with an Offshore Investment Account

March 6, 2013

An offshore investment that is a short to medium term regular offshore investment platform with great flexibility, recognizing your often unpredictable financial circumstances. By investing part of your income without being committed to a longer period than you are comfortable with, you will find an optimum value with this offshore investment. You will know that […]

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Offshore investing and tax structure for Expat Canadians

March 6, 2013

An estimated 2.8 million Canadian citizens live abroad, with naturalized Canadians leaving the country at a rate three times higher than those born in Canada. Statistics show that 57 per cent of all Expat Canadians live in the United States, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom or Australia. Here is another compelling reason why an Offshore […]

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Offshore Asset Protection for Expats

March 4, 2013

There’s a lot of talk in the offshore investment niche of being an expatriate or Expat. But what exactly is an Expat? And what does it have to do with offshore investing? There are many types of Expats, from globetrotting retirees to people working overseas for their employer. Expats can be people who’ve fled a […]

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U.S. Expat Tax preparation with PFIC issues

March 2, 2013

If a U.S. person receives income from a PFIC or recognizes gain from disposition of shares of a PFIC, such person is subject to a tax and interest regime. For purposes of income tax in the U.S., U.S. persons owning shares of a passive foreign investment company (PFIC) must report them. We’ve had some people […]

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Singapore IFC the Offshore Banking Giant

March 2, 2013

When you think of Singapore do you think of a treacherous, disease-infested seaport where the downtrodden live in the streets and you can buy anything for the right price? Or do you think of a wealthy island nation with safe, clean streets and a prosperous and busy economy? About a century ago, Singapore was a […]

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Offshore Banking Report, cross-border capital flows plunge

March 1, 2013

The European Union reached a preliminary deal to curb bankers’ compensation that would drastically limit the amount that can be paid in bonuses. The Royal Bank of Scotland, which is still majority owned by the British taxpayer five years after a government bail-out, reported an annual pre-tax loss of £5.2 billion ($8.2 billion). RBS’s loss […]

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Why invest offshore in Hong Kong

February 25, 2013

Hong Kong IFC is the Key for China With the rising economic power, China has been gradually undergoing slow but steady financial modernization. The economic success of Hong Kong is the indicator to it. The territory has established itself as strong financial sector in the last two decades. Hong Kong yearly incomes have been one […]

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Blowback for Economist Magazine attack on Tax Havens

February 23, 2013

You Blew It! The Economist Magazine Attacks Tax Havens An excerpt from a story by Mark Skousen The Economist attacks tax-haven countries (more than 50 of them, from the Cayman Islands to Liechtenstein) as “sunny places for shady people” — for allegedly financing terrorism, laundering money, hiding illegal activities and scams, and evading taxes. The […]

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