Three Money Lessons to Consider When Going Offshore

Three Money Lessons to Consider When Going Offshore

Money lessons are important to learn, especially if you’re a new investor or entrepreneur. It’s something that most people need to learn at some point in their lives. For us, the lifestyle that Nomad Capitalist brought was all about how to get more, how to be more,...
Places to Live With $1,000 per Month

Places to Live With $1,000 per Month

Dateline: Bogota, Columbia I recently gave some thought to the question: What would I do if I had to start over with nothing and only had $1,000 per month to live on as a nomad capitalist — where would I live and why? I like to think about this every once in a while...
Are Offshore Banks Safe and Secure?

Are Offshore Banks Safe and Secure?

Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Are offshore banks safe? In short – generally, yes. Though this blanket statement would do little to relax you. I could also tell you that during the Great Recession, US Banks were merely the 40th safest in the world and they...
Why I Hate Risk and How I Avoid It

Why I Hate Risk and How I Avoid It

Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia I hate risk. This statement might seem strange coming from me.  People think I’m a traveling daredevil who has never had a ‘real’ job, who invests in dangerous markets and who is so flippant about what I already have that I renounced...
Bank Offshore in the Cook Islands with CSB Bank

Bank Offshore in the Cook Islands with CSB Bank

Guest Contributor: Gerard Field is the CEO of Capital Security Bank and has lived in the Cook Islands for the past two years. He is also a Director of the Financial Services Development Authority, a Cook Islands government organization tasked with promoting the island...
Offshore Trusts: The Ultimate Guide

Offshore Trusts: The Ultimate Guide

Dateline: Bogota, Colombia A friend of mine received a postcard in the mail the other day. It didn’t come with a beautiful picture of the beach or a panoramic view of a bustling city skyline. No, much to their disappointment, this postcard was covered from front to...