Andrew predicts things are going to get harder for non-U.S citizens located in many Western countries. It’s a fact that’s not being talked about a lot, but many Western countries are going broke and that tends to mean more taxation on their citizens. So if you’re not a U.S. citizen, and think you might be in the clear, you may want to think again, and work towards getting that backup plan.
Hi, I'm Andrew Henderson. I've spent almost a decade learning the right way (and the wrong way) to "plant flags" for greater freedom and prosperity. If you're tired of paying high taxes and being stuck in one place, this blog will show you to how go where you're treated best. We discuss legal ways to pay less in taxes, create wealth faster, and live a life of total freedom. If that sounds good to you, keep reading or get some help.
[2:00] Do I really need a second passport?
[3:20] Not a U.S. citizen, do I still need another passport?
[3:50] As U.S. citizens have FACTA, the rest of the world has information sharing between 101 countries.
[5:45] Other countries may be working to adopt more stricter tax policies like the U.S.
[7:35] Andrew believes countries will be making it difficult for you to leave.
[8:35] Not a U.S. citizen? High taxation won’t happen to you? You’d be surprised.
[9:00] Western governments are broke! They want your money!
[9:45] Tune in next week to find out which are the fastest growing passports out there!
[11:10] How did Jack become a poker player?
[13:25] What was Jack’s goal for getting into business?
[20:00] The probability of being a successful poker player can be pretty low — what made Jack decide to keep pushing through?
[21:55] Are there a lot of people out there trying to get into the game, but just don’t have ‘it’?
[25:00] The UK is much more open to gambling than the U.S. is.
[26:35] The UK still considers you unemployed if you’re a ‘gambler.’
[27:35] Jack is located in Malta because it helps keep him focused.
[32:30] We often build up a mental block on ‘what it’ll be like,’ and it can freeze us right in our tracks.
[37:05] How does setting up a base and then traveling a bit outside of Malta work out for Jack?
[43:30] How does Jack go into ‘work mode’ when exploring a new country?
[44:50] Start with the end in mind.
[48:25] Will Jack ever be the next Dan Bilzerian of the poker world?
[54:10] How does going from a bigger island (UK) to a smaller island (Malta) feel?
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