April 29, 2010
Las Vegas, NV
If you’ve ever been looking for an excuse to go to Belize, now you have one.
Mr. Joel Nagel, one of the world’s leading asset protection lawyers and international banking experts, is hosting an Emergency Asset Protection Forum in Ambergris Caye, Belize from May 18 – May 20.
I know it’s short notice, but if you can make I’d encourage you to attend.
We’ve spoken several times before about the recently enacted ‘jobs’ bill (H.R. 2847) signed into law by President Obama on March 18. It’s known as the “HIRE Act”, though sections of the law have absolutely nothing to do with jobs.
Instead, politicians have been pushing offshore tax compliance buttons, which as I have mentioned before seems a very clear first step towards future US capital controls.
If you care deeply about protecting and safeguarding your hard earned wealth, you should be taking steps to plant flags overseas. The banking flag is one of the most important flags that you can plant– it ensures that your money is safely outside the grasp of politicians that view you as a milk cow.
Joel is a great tax attorney, and he really understands the applicable implications of the new laws, as well as what you need to do to protect yourself. Furthermore, his panel of experts during the three day seminar include real estate, investment, tax, insurance and banking professionals.
More importantly, though, Joel is EXTREMELY well networked with international bankers. This is his specialty. In particular, Joel personally knows many bankers right there in Belize, so it may be an excellent opportunity for you to open an account, VIP style, while you’re visiting.
Joel’s conference will be held at the Caye Financial Center in beautiful Ambergris Caye; pre- and post-forum relaxation, real estate and tour opportunities can be coordinated, so if you’re interested in Belize, this may be a triple whammy for you.
The cost of the event is $1,299.00 per person (excluding hotel and transportation, but including meals). Forum participation has been limited to just 40 participants to ensure maximum personalized attention for each form member, so decide quickly.
I apologize for the late notice, but I just found out about this opportunity from Joel Nagel himself while I was in St. Michaels yesterday.
You can contact Mary Alderson from Joel’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or to register.