1. Tom Beach says

    This article is confusing to me because in one breath they suggest that all foreign accounts of US citizens and residents will be reported and taxed. In the next breath the tell us to internationalize our assets and life.
    If doing so will be reported to the IRS anyway and tax will be owed, why bother? If fact, having an account off shore is a huge red flag to the IRS to come and get some of one’s assets.
    It seems to me that to only way to be completely off IRS radar is to not have any accounts anywhere. Not even gold storage. Not an annuity. Not own land in one’s own name off shore. Not be visible anywhere or in anyway.
    It seems to me that by having an off shore account or some kind of ownership one is forcing foreign entities to report to the IRS. They hate that. Why would they do that? They will simply tell me to go way. Why deal with American citizens and permanent residents?

  2. Hey there! Great post! Please when I will see a follow up!

  3. Antonietta says

    Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you
    relied on the video to make your point. You clearly know what
    youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to
    your site when you could be giving us something enlightening to

  4. I drop a comment whenever I especially enjoy a article on
    a site or if I have something to valuable to contribute to the conversation.
    It’s caused by the fire communicated in the article I browsed. And on this post The Noose Tightens | Offshore Asset Protection Planning. I was moved enough to post a comment 🙂 I actually do have a few questions for you if it’s allright.
    Could it be simply me or do some of the responses appear like they are coming
    from brain dead individuals? 😛 And, if you are writing
    at other online sites, I’d like to follow everything fresh you have to post. Would you make a list every one of your communal sites like your twitter feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?

Speak Your Mind


Read previous post:
Who Really Owns Your Shares

by Jeff Berwick Do you own stocks in a brokerage account?  You may be surprised to find out that you...