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If you’re an American who’s been considering moving abroad, you’ve probably heard that it’s possible to save money on taxes. And while that is true, it’s not the whole story.

When you move abroad, there are a lot of other things to consider—like whether or not you’ll be able to find jobs as easily as you did back home. You’ll need to make sure your kids can get into good schools and have access to affordable healthcare. You’ll need to know how to protect your assets from lawsuits in case something happens unexpectedly.
But most importantly, if you want to retire abroad and still be able to maintain your standard of living, then it’s important that you keep working some kind of job while living on the other side of the world from where you started out. Otherwise, how will you manage? How will you continue saving up for retirement? How will you grow your wealth?

Relocating overseas is probably the most complicated decision you’ve ever made. The rules are intricate and complex, and even seemingly minor details can change the outcome, and have dire legal and tax consequences.


Getting it wrong can have terrible consequences, including paying unnecessary taxes or risking losing a substantial investment overseas.

Figuring out how the law integrates to your situation is not a do-it-yourself project. You’re going to need help along the way.


Most expat attorneys don’t bother living overseas. They stick to what they know, and push a cookie-cutter solution to all possible situations. They’ve never relocated overseas, they seldom have time to travel, and don’t have on-the-ground experience in other countries. Worse yet, they’ve probably only practiced law.

Most self-professed online expat gurus aren’t professionals to begin with, and their reputation is hard to find, at best. Their backgrounds are difficult to confirm, their operations are sketchy, and are usually self-professed professionals. They have no verifiable references, and have nothing to lose.

You’ve over-researched your way into accepting that you need an expert to examine your specific situation, without the hassle associated with lawyering up.


Our Strategy Meeting typically lasts an hour to 90 minutes. During our conversation, I can begin to gather information and answer your questions to let you know how to move forward relocating overseas.

People we frequently help:

  • Digital nomads and Expats who recently relocated internationally.
  • Retirees planning financially to retire overseas.
  • Entrepreneurs who want to expand their businesses outside the United States, and are looking to structure their business to minimize tax liability as much as legally possible.
  • Expats who are considering renouncing US citizenship;
  • Expats who want to learn more about saving and investing for retirement overseas.
  • Investors seeking to invest offshore for diversification and asset protection purposes.
  • Professionals looking for guidance on how to relocate and work remotely.


After our call, we will send you an email that summarizes everything we discussed, within 24 hours. That way, you’ll get the full low-down on your situation in writing after our discussion, with instructions on how to start working towards your ExitStrategy™.


It all starts with a Strategy Meeting. During our teleconference, I will personally ask you questions and gather information to understand your intentions, motivations and goals. Most importantly, we’ll determine together if we find a synergistic application to relocating to another country.

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1887 Whitney Mesa DR Suite 9669
Henderson, NV 89014

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