Relocating Your Life And Protecting Your Assets Internationally—What You Need To Know

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk to Bobby Casey, Founder of Global Wealth Protection. GWB helps clients from around the world internationalize their assets and take advantage of unique investment opportunities globally.  

His business helps people internationalize their business, their wealth, and their lives. He is a big believer in international diversification and not just from an asset point of view, but also internationalizing your life as well.   

Bobby digs deep into: 

  • Asset Protection
  • The Multi-Flag Strategy  
  • Anarcho-Capitalism  

If you have ever thought about taking your business international, you cannot afford to miss this episode. Listen in as we go global!

 

TIPS OF THE WEEK

Mark: For team communication, Slack now has Slack Beta. It’s better, it’s faster.

Scott: Go to Clarke.ai. This service dials into conference calls, takes notes, and emails them to you!

Bobby: First tip, listen to the quote by John D. Rockefeller that is on Bobby’s website, “Own nothing control everything.” Don’t put a bullseye on your back. If you’re a serious investor, get the proper structure set up in place for ownership of your assets, minimize that risk so that you can continue being the professional investor you are, and continue to grow your business and grow your asset base. Second tip, go to Global Wealth Protection. There’s a lot of content in there about economics, international investments, different global opportunities, and subscribe to Bobby’s newsletter. And third, a book by a friend of Bobby’s, Choose Yourself by James Altucher.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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