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Overview of

Important "Offshore" Articles

for you to use as reference



The articles are listed with the most recent ones first, in order of the date they were issued. Adjacent to each one, you can see a short summary of what the article is all about - hopefully, that will help you find what you were looking for.

Please note that each article appears in a separate browser window - and that the same window is used for the next issue. This should help you browse through the issues without losing the overview - and without cluttering your computer with too many open windows.



A strict observance of the written laws is doubtless one of the high duties of a good citizen, but it is not the highest. The laws of necessity, of self-preservation, of saving our country when in danger, are of higher obligation. To lose our country by a scrupulous adherence to written law would be to lose the law itself, with life, liberty, property, and all those who are enjoying them with us; thus absurdly sacrificing the end to the means."

- Thomas Jefferson to John Colvin, 1810







Date issued:
Topics covered:
2008 FEB 02

Where to Start?

An overview of what kinds of solutions you have available, for the specific challenges you face.

You know you want more information about "going offshore", and you realize that the information is not at all easy to find from public online sources, if at all... There are strong and good reasons for that - but you still need to get started on your due diligence. This article will help you get the most important information first.

2008 FEB 02

Who is the Investor?

What matters for tax purposes is really only one thing: the ID of the investor.

If it is YOU, then you are liable for reporting about the investment to your govenment. It does not matter what foreign abnk accounts you are using to hide your ID from your government. Reading this article could keep you out of jail...

2005 SEP 11

Is a Foreign Grantor Trust for YOU?

Your use of offshore entities has to be conducted in privacy, if you want the full benefits.

But having your name on public record as associated with a foreign Trust is not "privacy"!! In fact, you cannot have anything to do with the set-up of any offshore entities, if you want your privacy preserved effectively and legally...

2005 SEP 04

Liability and Ownership

Why you do not control what you own - your government does.

The principles behind an Asset Protection Trust as an effective means of protecting what is YOURS - even in a tax dispute with your own government!

2004 OCT 04

Could You Declare Bankruptcy Tomorrow - Without Losing Anything?

How bankruptcy can become a blessing and not a threat - when you have your assets well protected!

The concept for how an Asset Protection Trust works are discussed in layman's terms: it functions as an immortal rich patron that loves you unconditionally!

2004 JAN 20

The Ownership Paradigm for Businesses

Are you choosing to pay income taxes on your business profits?

If you establish your business with yourself as the owner, then the answer is "yes" - because if you do not report your profits for income taxation, you are in legal trouble...!

But who says you have to own your business? If you instead use a different paradigm for how you get the control you want, but without ownership, you can indeed establishing any kind of business in a legally tax-free environment.




Something to think about...

Let's say you have some valuable jewelry you want to protect. You get a safebox in your bank.

The bank gives you the key to the box. The only key that exists.

You put the jewelry in the box, close it, and walk away with the key.

Question: who controls the jewelry? The bank who owns the box? Or you who is in possession of the key?

What would change if you were not the owner of that jewelry? You still have the key to the box. The bank still owns the box. But the jewelry is owned by someone else. Who is now in control of that jewelry?

Morale: Control of assets has nothing to do with ownership. Assets are controlled by the person who has possession of the key, also when that person is not the owner.






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