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eBook The Complete Guide to Offshore Money Havens: How to Make Millions, Protect Your Privacy, and Legally Avoid Taxes - Whether Your Networth Is $100 or $100 Million ePub

by Jerome Schneider

  • ISBN: 0761504516
  • Category: Personal Finance
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Jerome Schneider
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prima Lifestyles; Subsequent edition (April 10, 1996)
  • Pages: 336
  • ePub book: 1985 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1429 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 102

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Jerome Schneider is the world?s leading authority on offshore banking and investing.

Jerome Schneider is the world?s leading authority on offshore banking and investing. In 1977 he introduced the concept of establishing private international banks for profit, privacy, and legal tax protection in his book How to Profit and Avoid Taxes by Organizing Your Own Private International Bank. Since then, he has written five additional books and more than 700 articles on the subject. His ideas have been discusses on CNN and CNBC, and he?s appeared on ABC Radio and the Business Radio Network

How can you protect your money and other assets from unfair lawsuits. Excellent overview of offshore opportunities.

How can you protect your money and other assets from unfair lawsuits. It definitely makes one start to think about what exists outside of the United States. I cannot say enough about this book.

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How can you protect your money and other assets from unfair lawsuits, greedy relatives, and even your .

How can you protect your money and other assets from unfair lawsuits, greedy relatives, and even your spouse in the event of a divorce? The secret is to put your money to work where it will be secureandgenerate solid returnsin one of the world's many safe and legal offshore money havens. A wonderful starting place for anyone ready to take the most essential step in profit planning,The Complete Guide to Offshore Money Havensis a goldmine of information for investors who want to protect their assets and watch them grow. A serious contender for the best book on offshore banking I've ever read.

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The Complete Guide to Offshore Money Havens : How to Make Millions, Protect Your Privacy and Legally Avoid. And can you protect those assets from unfair lawyers, family members, and even your spouse in the event of divorce? The answer to all these questions is "Yes!" The secret is to put your money to work where it will generate the largest returnin one of the world's many offshore money havens.

Offshore money havens are not just for millionaires anymore: they're for people who want to become millionaires or. .

Offshore money havens are not just for millionaires anymore: they're for people who want to become millionaires or even more by taking advantage of loopholes afforded by the banking policies and secrecy laws of nations such as Aruba, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, and Vanuatu. The book is filled with practical information and testimonials of formerly average Joes and Josephines who are now fabulously wealthy thanks to these money havens.

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Did you know it is possible to make millions outside the United States, quietly, privately, legally, and tax-free? The secret is to make your money work where it will generate the largest return. In The Complete Guide to Offshore Money Havens, Jerome Schneider offers a step-by-step approach, using the same strategies that have earned millions for America?s most powerful banks, corporations, and individuals. He covers various ways to enter the foreign market; ranks the world's top offshore money havens; offers tips to avoid the common pitfalls of international business; and tells dozens of stories about creative men and women who have easily and successfully invested abroad.Filled with crucial information not readily available elsewhere, The Complete Guide to Offshore Money Havens explains how to avoid legal entanglements, sky-high taxes, and unwanted attention by investing offshore. Inside readers will find:Detailed blueprints for offshore successWhere to find the best money havens in the worldHow to ensure financial privacy while investing offshoreHow to protect your assets once you?ve investedGuidelines for saving taxes in the United States and CanadaThis is essential reading for anyone anxious to take control of his or her financial life in today's uncertain economy.About the AuthorJerome Schneider is the world's leading authority on offshore banking and investing. In 1977, he introduced the concept of establishing private international banks for profit, privacy, and legal tax protection in the first book of its kind, How to Profit and Avoid Taxes by Organizing Your Own Private International Bank. Author of five additional books and over 700 articles on the subject, Mr. Schneider has organized and established more than 1,000 private international banks, offshore funds, and related financial vehicles for investors and corporations.

Comments

Danrad Danrad
Don't waste your money.

The author is a sham artist. He was convicted, and in a plea bargain handed over his entire client list to the US Governtment. None of the advice in this book is legal or legitimate.
Dianaghma Dianaghma
I picked up the book looking for some "how to" advise. I was overwhelming with reasons to go offshore, backed by mountains of acquaintance success stories. It's fine to introduce a new concept with an illustrated story, but ¾ of the book was story after story with the same theme, "Go Offshore". I was hoping a 464 page book would provide a bit more useful information. I'm already interested in going offshore, hence the search for a good book on the subject.
In an early chapter in the book, the author pushes his right wing government fears on the reader pushing us to go offshore. The further rhetoric of "this country is going down the tubes", "Americans today aren't as hardworking", and "your buying power today is minuscule compared to the last generation" are tired. I've heard these same arguments at MLM meetings. His comment about "Americans today aren't as hardworking except a few kids making things happen in Silicon Valley" is especially ludicrous. Living in the valley after the Internet bust, we now know most of these startups were ran by fraudster CEOs and greedy VCs. I think a new edition of this book is due.
I agree with an earlier reviewer, if you want to be motivated, skim through this book. If you want to know the HOW, go elsewhere. All the author will tell you is to consult an "offshore" specialist. And guess what, I get about 10 spams in my email account each day from offshore specialists. I typically delete them all with the Viagra, breast enlargement, and the retire in 3 months spams I get.
Xangeo Xangeo
this book is the equivalent of the saturday morning "get rich quick" scheisters you see on TV (and incidentally, the author, naturally, pitches his wares at the end).
the advice in the book goes beyond being bad...its irresponsible, misleading, and negligent.
here's one of the author's brainfarts (paraphrased):
"open an off shore reinsurance company, and then with your domestic company, purchase insurance from your off shore company--that way the premiums are both tax-deductible and a source of profit at the same time!" ---and how exactly would this help you in event of a claim?
or better still (and i quote):
" (US) banks are in bad shape--worse shape, in fact (though none are provided---a common refrain in this book, claims w/o data!), than most foreign banks. Of course, your money is insured up to $100k by the FDIC, but what would happen in the event of a universal banking crisis? Federal agencies could never handle the massive run on banks that would ensue..." ---oh, so this is to imply that a small private off-shore bank is going to serve as the new financial risk-free rate determinant (setting all financial markets back 100+ yrs), and this small off-shore bank is going to be far safer than the US Govt (FDIC)?
this book is an insult to anyone w/ a critical mind. its beyond terrible. its a great way to lose money, whether you invest as he advocates, or simply throwing away your $30 to buy it.
Halloween Halloween
For the most part I thouroughly enjoyed this book. I have been quite interested in offshore advantages and this book is the first I've come across that explores those advantages with the idea that you will remain a US citizen. Other offshore books are geared towards those who wish to renounce their citizenship and move to another country. schneider's book goes into a great amount of detail on the legalities of offshore havens and even has a nice section that takes a look at each individual haven. You can find out which laws certain havens adhere to, how much it costs to bank there, privacy ratings, and much more. The only problem I had with the book is that a healthy portion of the book was geared towards those who wish to start an actual bank offshore, not just a bank account. However, Schneider clearly knows what he is talking about and anyone would do well to take a look at this book. In the Apeendix is a list of countries, the banks located there, the type of banking each one does, and how to get in contact with them, information we normally would have to pay an arm and a leg for. Warning: some citizens may be offended by Schneider's obvious disgust and anger over the taxes in the US.
Lost Python Lost Python
This book is a good intoroduction to the world of offshore banking and tax havens. However, it focuses on all of the reasons why you should use offshore tax havens and not enough on why you shouldn't. As an owner of a corporation operating out of Antilles, I know how the process works. First of all, it is very easy to find yourself in a legal bind with the IRS for attempting to hide income. Next, finding a trustworthy offshore banker to help you register is hard to do and can be risky since they operate under foreign jurisdiction. Lastly, the benefits of offshore tax havens is not that great due to the high costs associated with the process. The type of people that usually need offshore accounts are people that are either involved in a debacle that requires them to hide their assets or people who need to launder money. In other words, if you do choose to use offshore tax havens, make sure to do your homework and consult a licensed financial consultant.
Hap Hap
THIS BOOK IS A GREAT WAY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS TOPIC. IT'S MADE FOR A BEGINER AND NOT FOR SOME HOT SHOT ATTORNEY (ALTHOUGH MANY OF THEM COULD SURE LEARN FROM THE BOOK). THOSE WHO READ IT WILL FIND IT INVALUABLE, JUST LIKE I DID. IT'S A GREAT STARTER BOOK ON THE TOPIC AND COMPARING IT WITH 3 OTHERS I JUST READ ON THE TOPIC, IT'S BY FAR THE EASIEST TO UNDERSTAND AND THE MOST PRACTICAL. AFTER YOU ARE DONE WITH IT, NO DOUBT, YOU'LL NEED THE HELP OF AN ATTORNEY OR A CPA, BUT IT'S WELL WORTH IT (A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED). I JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND HOW SOME PEOPLE CAN EXPECT A BOOK TO GIVE THEM ALL THE INFORMATION ON EVERY NOOK AND CRANY OF THIS VERY COMPLEX TOPIC IN A 400 PAGE BOOK! THIS BOOK WILL MAKE YOU THINK AND THERE'S NO WAY IT WON'T MAKE A LASTING IMPRESSION ON YOU (AND YOUR WALLET).