I Need an IBC?
No federal judge, attorney, or
any authority in the U.S. can touch assets while offshore - HOWEVER,
if they KNOW ABOUT offshore cash or assets, they can pressure you to voluntarily
bring them back into the U.S. where they have jurisdiction! The only way to 'go offshore'
is to first form an IBC you are invisible behind or to form
a foreign U.S. Grantor Trust.
Forming an IBC does not avoid taxation. As
beneficial owner/signer on an IBC's account, you must report its
income. Offshore entities entail complex tax reporting, you will
need the services of a good CPA.
If you have a USD (United States dollars) account in your
own name, no matter where, ALL USD transfers move though
US facilities even if accounts are held in Switzerland or
elsewhere. Account holder names, account numbers and payable
amounts of all USD transfers in the world are an open book
to US authorities, as these transfers are settled daily via
the Federal Reserve. Opening the account in the name
of your IBC is the only way to achieve privacy and secrecy.
If you like to own and trade U.S. stocks, bonds, options,
currencies and mutual funds and buy them through an IBC rather
than through an account held in your own name, they usually
are not liable to U.S. capital gains taxes. For Treasury bonds,
bank CD's, futures and commodities - no U.S. withholding
taxes are payable on such incomes as long as the IBC does
not open an office or carry on other business in the United
States. Offshore IBCs legally have no income tax returns to
file with the United States IRS or with any other
country's tax department
However, if you are a beneficial owner or signatory
on an IBC's account, you must report that income on your tax
Putting your nest egg offshore keeps you safe from
If you keep money or other assets in the United States, it's
time to look at other options. Because the court system in
this country is out of control. Today, if you keep all of
your money in the U.S., you're asking for problems, and even
the most powerful, most expensive lawyers may not be able
to protect you.
Lawsuits are increasing 7 times faster than the population
In the U.S., the number of lawsuits is increasing 7 times
faster than the population. The number of lawsuits now in
our court system awaiting resolution has topped 100,000,000.
Right now, over 100 million lawsuits are literally
choking the life out of our court system waiting
for some sort of resolution. It's no wonder, for example,
that federal judges in New York sometimes wait as long as
11 years to decide non-jury trials.
And that's not the worst of it.
Every year, plaintiffs file 30,000,000 new lawsuits. On average,
that's over 82,000 lawsuits per day!
Lawsuits are a bullying tactic to force you to pay
Lawsuits have become the plaintiffs' negotiating strategy,
a bullying tactic they use to force you to pay money. You
see, plaintiffs and their
lawyers have learned that if they sue you, you will likely
give them (at least part of) what they want. This
is because the cost of hiring defense lawyers and going to
trial has mushroomed beyond what many executives, professionals
and businesses can afford.
So, plaintiffs conclude, "If we sue the defendant, one
of two things will likely happen: Either the defendant will
give us money to go away. Or we'll keep the defendant tied
up in court for 2 to 5 years and then the jury will give us
the defendant's money."
As you can see, in either case, the money comes out
of your pocket!
Of course, you might win the case. But at what price? To win
your case, you could easily pay six figures to your law firm.
So in the U.S. today, even if you win, you lose. The price
of lawsuits is so high that our court system is often the
last place you'll find justice.
Who are the plaintiffs who can't wait to sue you? Just about
anyone you can name. They include unhappy employees, clients,
patients, customers, shareholders, investors, directors, partners,
creditors, neighbors, friends, spouses and children. Anybody
can sue you, if that person wants to. And
To understand your attackers, let's look at what plaintiffs'
lawyers have in common:
1. They love money. The more they stand to gain, the better
they like it.
2. They love to gamble. They don't mind losing cases now and
then because the winners far more than pay for the losers.
3. They love to fight. They don't mind wrestling with your
lawyers for years in an effort to see who comes out on top.
4. They love to control. They will gladly spend weeks in depositions
asking you tough questions so they can show you that they
have the upper hand.
Lawyer don't get paid till they win, or you settle
But, first and foremost, always, is the money. Money is the
essential ingredient. If plaintiffs lawyers can't get your
money, they won't waste one minute pursuing the plaintiff's
case. That’s because they don’t get paid until
they win, or you settle.
So the key to preventing lawsuits, the key to protecting your
assets, is to make sure predator-plaintiffs and their lawyers
can't get their hands on your money.
Here is all you need to know to protect your assets: If your
assets are beyond the reach of U.S. courts, judges can't seize
them, Robin Hood juries can't award them to a defendant, and
plaintiffs' lawyers can't enforce judgments against them
When plaintiffs' lawyers discover they can't get your money,
they won't waste any time trying. Why should they? They can
find someone else to sue who does have money in the U.S.,
which makes them a much more attractive target.
You want to know more, and you should. Because every day the
problem grows worse. Every day creative plaintiffs' lawyers
concoct new reasons to sue defendants. Consider this list
of common reasons:
Employment lawsuits arising from: Age discrimination.
Racial discrimination. Gender discrimination. Religious discrimination.
Pregnancy discrimination. Disability discrimination. Mental
illness discrimination. Addiction discrimination. Sexual harassment.
Peer harassment. Gossip among employees. Job references (good
or bad). Whistle blowing. Retaliation. Wrongful termination.
Negligent employee retention. Releasing medical information.
Unequal mental vs. physical health coverage. Employee injury
from chemical exposure. And much more.
Professional Malpractice lawsuits arising from: Medical
malpractice. Legal malpractice. Psychological malpractice.
Engineering malpractice. Architectural malpractice. And much
Business Liability lawsuits arising from:
Environmental cleanup liability. Products liability. Shareholder
liability. Securities fraud. Liability of outside directors.
Liability from unsatisfied customers. Personal injury when
a customer drinks too much and hurts someone. Personal injury
when a customer slips and falls. And much more.
Personal lawsuits arising from: Divorce.
Lawsuits by children. Lawsuits from business partners. Creditors
claims. Accidental injury caused by a family member. Pregnancy
(your son gets a girl pregnant). Personal injury caused by
a drinking guest. Personal injury when a guest slips and falls.
And much more.
If asked, your lawyer could probably come up with 100 more
reasons people might sue you. The list seems endless.
And since the lawsuits will never end, and since plaintiffs'
lawyers will never have enough money, you can (and should)
take one key step that will immediately cause lawyers to lose
interest in you: Put your assets in a properly setup IBC,
in a foreign protective country, beyond the reach of the U.S.
court system and U.S. government agencies, and with anonymous
banking as convenient as your neighborhood bank!
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