Nomad Capitalist Podcast


Episode 1 – Corey Coates, living in Costa Rica, is offshore legal?

It’s no accident that today, April 15th, the Nomad’s choice of first guest on the new show is an international entrepreneur who has successfully cherry picked the best economics out of every country he does business in. He is a border security nightmare as he travels from country to country with monitor and recording equipment in hand. He peers inside the North American culture with an outsiders view and his one pair of jeans.

Episode 8 – Reid Kirchenbauer, living in Thailand, Asian investments

The entrepreneur lifestyle is more than living in a gated community in a foreign country. Make a conscious decision to be different from the rest and know your top 3 business objectives. Don’t get scammed by doing business with the lowest cost provider in every situation. In this weeks interview, Reid Kirchenbauer shares the story of his strange attraction to finance from a young age and how the university girls in Thailand are attracted to finance majors. And in your questions answered, Darnell wants to know if Andrew has ever been scammed.

Episode 34 – Keith Perhac – Investing in Yourself, Investing in Somaliland

Andrew shares a story of a man who wanted to obtain a new citizenship in 2012, but due to inaction, he wasted three additional years before starting the process. This year, aspire to be someone of action and do not let the ‘do it later’ mentality get the best of you. Andrew also talks on the law of scarcity vs. the law of abundance and why you should almost always invest in yourself.

Episode 35 – Kathleen Peddicord, Having an Abundance Mindset, Paying Less Taxes

On last week’s podcast, Andrew talked about practicing the law of abundance. He recently wrote a blog post on the subject entitled, “10 ways to use the Law of Abundance with Flag Theory”, which hopes to help others live a live of abundance and not a life of scarcity. Today’s guest is Kathleen Peddicord, the founder of Live and Invest Overseas. She shares her story and why she moved from Paris to Panama City.


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092: David Abraham, Where Are You From?

Andrew circles back on this year’s theme of ‘home.’ Andrew is currently in the United States after not being here for over 1,000 days. Although Andrew was born in the U.S., he rarely tells people he’s from there. The U.S. does not feel like home to him anymore. So,...

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091: Ben Schwartz, Pay Less Tax the Legal Way

Andrew discusses how this year he paid zero U.S. income tax. How did he do it? Well, through the businesses and systems he’s set in place in different countries. It is possible to reduce your taxes through legal means, and no, it’s not an option only the rich have...

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090: Chris Backe, Consider the Onshore Option

Andrew discusses the possibility of keeping your onshore options open. This year’s Nomad Capitalist theme is home, and so consider the possibility of picking a country and planting a home base, where you are able to get your residency and pay tax. No-tax countries are...

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089: Tim Lai, It’s Becoming More Acceptable to Be a Nomad

Andrew received some great feedback on last week’s solo episode discussing and debunking common tax and banking myths. However, one of the things he’s noticed is that some of you don’t feel comfortable sharing these nomad stories because your friends will not...

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087: Matthew Southern, Is Mongolia an Investment Opportunity?

Andrew is currently in Mongolia, and shares his thoughts on where he sees the country going in the next couple of years. Andrew believes if you’re an already established entrepreneur who’s gotten your tax and second passports taken care of, then yes, come check out...

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Not sure where to start? I can help you develop a plan to legally slash your tax bill so you have more money to invest overseas, get a second passport, or just hang out on the beach.