This is no longer a question of “medical tourism.” It’s a rational choice in an increasingly globalized health care market.
Your U.S. passport covers about 80% of the world you can visit without getting tied up in paperwork. But it isn’t the most powerful one out there.
Swiss asset managers grow your money safely, aiming for stability and long-term income. Above all, they don’t risk it on speculative plays.
Now, I love my country, but I think it’s smart to understand your travel options … to know just how much freedom you have.
While on vacation to a Caribbean island, Ted Bauman takes another look at the tax benefits of America’s colony.
Singapore — now growing faster than first-place Switzerland — will become the largest offshore financial center in the world by 2028.
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.
Your next move shouldn’t be limited to the next state over or across the country. The world is an adventure waiting for you to uncover.
Colombians have refashioned their country into a place with attractive residence and investment opportunities that is worthy of your serious consideration.
Even though your U.S passport holds vast weight, it’s not actually the most powerful one out there. In fact, it’s tied for third with other countries. So, who’s on top and why?
Quality of life isn’t fixed in stone. Damaged societies can reform themselves. Thriving societies can fall apart. The question to ask is this: In which direction is your society heading?
Neither Trump nor Clinton are ideal choices in tomorrow’s election. It could be worse … and it probably will be. But there are other choices available, if you’re willing to free your mind.
There’s a reason Costa Ricans have been at the top of global “happiest people” lists for years. But is it the perfect place for a second home or second passport?
Internet searches for “moving to Canada” have spiked to all-time highs, but if you’re thinking about moving to Canada if the election doesn’t go your way, we have some bad news…
People often wonder which countries are the best for relocation. The answer is usually: It depends. What do you want from a country? Have you considered Costa Rica?
Our political system is in turmoil, our Constitution is under strain, our quality of life is falling and here you are, waiting for the other shoe to drop. Isn’t it about time you set aside ideology and focus on what’s important?
Investment advisers are eager to point you to the “latest” investment opportunity, usually in the U.S. markets. But what if the latest investment opportunity isn’t in the U.S. at all?