The anti-offshore crowd of high-tax, deficit-spending politicians are trying to smear Nevada and other states as international money laundering centers.
The government has every right to comb through your phone. I’ve been aware of this issue — but I didn’t realize how aggressive those searches had become.
The insane process called “civil asset forfeiture” allows the cops to legally seize your property — even if you haven’t been charged with a crime.
These “cyborgs” are being lured in with the promise of convenience. The only problem is that they are giving up more and more of their privacy.
If you’ve never relocated to another country, the process can be intimidating. But the fact is … for Uruguay, it doesn’t need to be intimidating.
While most of your wealth will likely be invested in stocks, it’s important to have investments that are not affected by the volatility of the stock market.
It’s time that we start doing some out-of-the-box thinking when it comes to protecting our assets. And it’s never been a better time to be in Uruguay.
As you’re filing your taxes this year, keep in mind that decisions about tax rates aren’t the only thing that can affect you.