The War on Cash: How to Avoid Civil Forfeiture

The War on Cash: How to Avoid Civil Forfeiture

Dateline: Hong Kong I’ve mentioned this before, but it’s worth mentioning again — Hong Kong loves cash. So does Switzerland. And Germans have historically always loved cold, hard cash. Even Middle Eastern countries do, too. I once saw an Iranian guy carrying $4...
IRS Tax Relief for Expats Impacted by COVID-19

IRS Tax Relief for Expats Impacted by COVID-19

Dateline: Merida, Mexico The coronavirus pandemic has limited travel in many areas of the world and by doing so has changed the plans of many expats. If your global tax plan was impacted by COVID-19 in 2020, you may still qualify for tax benefits such as the 2020...
9 Debunked US Expat Tax Myths

9 Debunked US Expat Tax Myths

Dateline: Belgrade, Serbia In the past few months, I’ve taken on more former US citizens, soon-to-be-former US citizens, and overpaying US citizens than usual.  These experiences have been very fulfilling for me as I’ve been able to help these folks create legal...
How To Become a Multimillionaire

How To Become a Multimillionaire

Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Today, I want to tackle a question that everyone wants answered.  It is a topic that frequently comes up in conversations with friends, travel acquaintances, and people we work with here at Nomad Capitalist. But it’s not a question...
How To Avoid Bank Failure By Going Offshore

How To Avoid Bank Failure By Going Offshore

Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia When times are good, we rarely concern ourselves with worst-case scenarios. But when times get tough, that’s almost all some people can see. In good times, we trust institutions like banks to protect our money and – for those with...