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Invest Offshore

Mission of Invest Offshore Independent Financial Advisers Invest Offshore specializes in asset protection, offshore investment and offshore banking information. Our team provides Company Formation in any International Finance Center (IFC) and assists clients in establishing online trading accounts for global markets. We connect you with an independent financial adviser network, specialists in the offshore marketplace. […]

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Wealth Protection

QUESTION: I subscribe to a variety of financial newsletters. Several have suggested for more then several years that it would be “prudent” to open a foreign bank/brokerage account so as to move a portion of one’s liquid assets “offshore” (out of USA). The thinking is that the US dollar is going to flat line at […]

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Asset Protection – Why Necessary? Why Offshore?

If you are reading this you are apparently a person concerned with not only protecting that which you have worked hard to obtain, that which you hope to build and acquire in the future, but also with making sure the products of your labor are protected and transferred to those you care about. Sadly, in […]

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Panamá’s uncertain waters

Right now Panamá is a place to watch. With the approval of the new canal, Panamá could afford the downsizing of its offshore financial services industry when the new canal is done. One cannot help but wonder what kind of deals Panamá will have to make in order to get financing for the canal. Lastly, […]

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The Rolling Stones get tax breaks

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Aug. 2 (UPI) — Britain’s Rolling Stones raked in $152.5 million last year, but thanks to offshore investing, paid only 1.6 percent in taxes, it was reported Wednesday. The legendary rock group practices in Canada and has had all of its finances handled in the Netherlands since 1972 to avoid paying high British […]

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Miami Banks Fear Loss of Int’l Clients

The sparkling glass towers rising above the Atlantic along Brickell Avenue have long been the place where Latin America’s wealthy parked their money during political crises and invested it when times were good. International banking leaders say that post-September 11 security regulations have scared off some clients with clean money who, despite their proximity and […]

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