Most financial advice tells you how to make money, but it’s rare to hear expert advice on how to protect and keep your money safe.
For example, what if someone sued you following an automobile accident – and cleaned out all of your assets?
It doesn’t have to be that way, and on this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio, we learn how placing your money in an account outside of the United States can protect you from financial ruin.
Our guest is Joel Nagel, the founder of the international law firm Nagel & Associates, who also serves as Belize’s ambassador to Austria and Belize’s permanent representative to its United Nations offices in Vienna.
Nagel tells hosts Bill Heid and Brian Brawdy how things like offshore banking, asset protection and international trusts aren’t simply for the wealthy – but for the middle class, too.
Nagel also tells us:
- Why he believes that more financial regulation – and not less – is in America’s future.
- How you can minimize your taxes by moving money outside the U.S.
- What he believes about investing in gold and other precious metals.
- Which countries, worldwide, are the best to move to for U.S. citizens.
Further, Nagel – who is hosting a September conference on global asset protection and investment — gives us the pros and cons of dual citizenship and the renouncing of American citizenship.
If you’re concerned about the future of the economy and your family’s finances, then this is one show you don’t want to miss!
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