What to do with Your Cash Now?

July 30, 2015 by Bobby Casey We live in some strange times. Governments around the world are drowning in debt and yet the media portrays the global economy as recovering. Stock markets are like riding a roller coaster, drunk and on acid. Currency markets are wild with the US Dollar showing mystical strength and one […]

Become an Offshore Real Estate Mogul….and Live for FREE

April 6, 2015 by Bobby Casey A couple of weeks ago I was chatting with a client of mine, Frank, about his travels. Frank is a good friend and a hugely successful entrepreneur. He runs a company with an 8 figure net profit margin, but remains very down to earth. Frank was recently in the […]

Hotels are Big Business in Panama: Now You May be able to Participate

by Brian Koslow, Panama Unicorn With the hospitality sector of Panama‘s economy expanding from the steady increase in business tourism, medical tourism, shopping tourism, cruise ship tourism and about to get another big boost from the new convention center, it may be a good time to see how you can get involved.  Notably, Panama‘s hotels have been steadily raising […]

Creating Demand in the Housing Market

by Adam Wolf, Director of US Operations I ran across a great question the other day in an email that was asked somewhat rhetorically: If housing demand is all about low rates, why don’t 30-year fixed rates under 4% set loose the animal instincts? The answer has multiple parts to it and it goes something […]

American Asset Protection…Really?

You are probably reading the title thinking I have lost my mind. Your thoughts are probably something like this; “He promotes offshore asset protection as a necessity in these tumultuous times. How can he rationally recommend asset protection structures in the US?” While it is true, I do think offshore companies, offshore banking, offshore trusts […]

How to Boil a Frog, by Politicus Bumpkiss

How to boil a frog, by Politicus Bumpkiss: Allow many tax breaks to expire quietly like; Alternative minimum tax (AMT) — A series of temporary legislative “patches” over the last several years has prevented a dramatic increase in the number of individuals subject to the AMT–essentially a parallel federal income tax system with its own […]

What is Asset Protection?

This week I felt it would be important to address the topic, “What is Asset Protection?”  While you clearly have some idea what is involved in asset protection planning, I frequently get this question or some derivation thereof. The quick and simple answer is that asset protection is a means of protecting your assets from […]