Lawyers, Laws & Taxes
The Mafia Changes The Rules Of Their Extortion Racket When They Like
Yesterday, US Treasury Department Secretary Jacob Lew said that it will decide "in the very near future" if it has the authority to strip ...Read More
Why Burger King’s Expatriation Is The Moral Thing To Do
It was announced last week that Burger King had bought a famous Canadian restaurant franchise known as Tim Horton's to reduce the amount of ...Read More
Will This Be The Last Labor Day Workers Can Afford To Escape The US?
Ah, "Labor Day." A government created day on which those people who work (read: producers) are supposedly celebrated by the people who ...Read More
Are You Making This Financial “Mistake”?
Not many people give much thought to the financial standing of the banks to which they entrust money. That's a mistake. When you deposit ...Read More
Property Theft in Costa Rica
The idea that somebody would steal your property seems an inconceivable notion. However, in Costa Rica it can and does happen. I will ...Read More
Turning America Into a War Zone, Where ‘We the People’ Are the Enemy
"If you don't want to get shot, tased, pepper-sprayed, struck with a baton or thrown to the ground, just do what I tell you. Don't argue ...Read More
Costa Rica Rental Property Owners – Beware!
Well, the new assistant to the Tax Guy, Fernando Rodriguez, announced last week that they are going to start tracking down all the rental ...Read More
The Shift Is Happening: Anarchy Goes Mainstream
I have alluded for years that a shift in consciousness is happening and will continue to happen. Many called me crazy and said that it ...Read More
How’s That Recovery Working Out For You?
The inflation-adjusted net worth for the typical household was $87,992 in 2003. Ten years later, it was only $56,334, or a 36 percent ...Read More
Panama: Problems Ahead
I'm in Panama City, Panama, conducting some boots-on-the-ground research and due diligence on this remarkable country's legal and financial ...Read More