Offshore Banking Tips & Site Updates
Ever wonder who may be looking at your financial records? Here's a hint: it's not just the bank or investment firm employees. It could also be nosy government officials, ID thieves, or disgruntled former spouses or employees in certain circumstances. And we haven't even touched on the tax issues yet! Wouldn't it be nice if there was a way to safeguard what's yours from prying eyes and various thieves? There is a way. In fact, there are several ways to protect your assets. Here are a few web sites that have some useful answers. I am a member of all three of these organizations, and have found them useful. I hope you will as well.
A. Keep Your Assets- Provides quality asset protection services at reasonable prices, much lower than the competition. Products include a private banking guide, the Invisible New Mexico LLC, Belize IBCs, trusts, and offshore banking/investment options. Take the Asset Protection Crash Course to learn more about these issues in a simple, easy to read way.
B. Power Privacy- This site is a little over a year old, and is quite unique. You can find information on private banking, Internet and telcom privacy, offshore mail drops, and pretty much anything else you could think of related to "staying invisible". Power Privacy also has a great members only forum!
C. Sovereign Life- Boatloads of information on offshore finance, travel, and living life as a "permanent tourist" ("PT") to minimize or eliminate income related tax hassles. The author, Dave McGregor, seeks to educate and enlighten readers by introducing them to the "sovereign individual" mindset. Learning this is powerful, and key to understanding the pro freedom libertarian world view. This site also contains many members only benefits, including a great on line forum.
In other news, this site will indeed be upgraded to a new format, using a CMS (probably Joomla!). When? No one knows for sure, but rest assured that it will happen sometime in the relatively near future. Thanks for understanding and stay tuned!