Mark Nestmann: Escape From America
The Tax Consequences of Expatriation
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Jim welcomes Mark Nestmann, from the Nestmann Group LLC to discuss second passports, international tax planning, and expatriation. Mark looks at offshore tax and reporting obligations for U.S. citizens and permanent residents, as well as what you must consider before you give up US citizenship. Mark also discusses the “exit tax” and the advantages of off-shore accounts. He feels the best option right now, for those who wish to remain US citizens, is to own foreign real estate.
Since 1990, Mark Nestmann has helped hundreds of clients seeking wealth preservation and international tax planning solutions. He is the author of many books and reports dealing with these subjects and a popular public speaker.
Beginning his career as an investigative journalist in 1983, Nestmann now serves as President of The Nestmann Group, Ltd., an international consultancy assisting individuals to achieve their wealth preservation goals. He also is the Tax and Asset Protection editor for The Sovereign Society. Nestmann divides his time between offices in Vienna, Austria and Phoenix, Arizona.
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