Blog Archives: Offshore Bank Account

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An offshore bank account can open up new investment, privacy, and protection options. An international account gives you access to a new world of possibilities and higher returning investments not available in the United States. Here are my top 10 reasons you want an offshore bank account in 2017. Each of our clients has their

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With all the talk about keeping jobs at home and taxing foreign corporations, I wanted to start the year with a post on why Trump is great for the offshore industry… at least, for those operating small businesses, investing abroad, and/or moving assets offshore for asset protection. This article will focus on why a Trump

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05/06/2016 - 1:02 PM
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The United States Government has decided to take down Balboa Bank in Panama. American authorities claim that this bank facilitated money laundering on behalf of Abdul Mohamed Waked and his band of evildoers. In a crazy coincidence, this is the SECOND TIME the US has gone after this bank… at least, this banking license. Balboa

India Money Laundering
10/21/2015 - 5:17 PM
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Here is a link to a 97 page report on Money Laundering in India. We are providing this downloadable PDF for two reasons: 1. Money laundering is commonly misunderstood and misused term. It has come to be a catch-all in the United States for any movement of currency that the government can’t track or control. This

Impact of FATCA
11/12/2014 - 12:11 PM
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Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act is finally here and you can be sure that the impact of FATCA will be severe. This brief article considers the impact of FATCA on Americans living, working, or investing overseas. FATCA is founded in a U.S. tax code that attacks small business and lavishes tax holidays on the wealthy

Offshore Banking License
10/31/2014 - 11:18 AM
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As U.S. banking regulations have increased each and every year, the costs for smaller domestic and offshore banks have made doing business with the U.S. prohibitive.  These banking regulation costs have more than doubled since 2003, and are now running at about 15% of most institution’s income… essentially, a 15% tax levied on all banks

Offshore Privacy
07/23/2014 - 9:47 AM
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  Offshore privacy is available for U.S. citizens with offshore bank and investment accounts.  If you know the tricks, offshore privacy is alive and well. Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that the IRS has declared war on Americans with hidden assets and accounts offshore.  There are 1.000 plus individuals sitting

open an offshore bank account in Cayman Islands
04/28/2014 - 5:35 AM
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The Cayman Islands is one of the world’s largest and most respected financial centers boasting a wide variety of offshore bank accounts and wealth management options. In this article, I will explain how to open an offshore bank account in Cayman Islands. If you are looking for the best in wealth management, tax planning, and

Swiss Bank Secrecy
03/17/2014 - 5:47 AM
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  Swiss bank secrecy, and banking privacy the world over, are dead and gone! The banks of Switzerland are bowing down to the United States yet again…Swiss bank secrecy is dead and gone again. The difference this time is that basically all Swiss banks are paying up, not just those with branches in the United

12/04/2012 - 4:09 PM
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  PremierOffshore is now on the Overseas Radio Network! Please check out my latest show below and broadcast archives at Global Business and Tax Advisor.   Below are older audio files from my conferences in Panama, Belize, Singapore and elsewhere. Some of the files are edited to remove names and attendee questions. These are full

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11/22/2012 - 6:17 AM
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The HIRE Act will turn international bankers in to unpaid IRS Agents. By: Christian Reeves Since 2011, the offshore industry has been preparing for a storm originating from the United States and its increased attention on offshore tax evasion and desire to maximize revenues from international sources. To support these collection efforts, the United States enacted