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By: Global Wealth Protection  09-12-2011
Keywords: Real Estate, commercial real estate, Small Businesses

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

Bobby:  Hi Paul, thanks for joining me today.  I appreciate you taking the time to share with me and my readers.  Let’s get started, shall we?

Paul:  Sure.  You have a firewall to protect the data on your computer, and that’s a good idea, but then you send that data through the internet and a wide variety of thieves just pick it up in transit.  It’s actually easier for them that way.  And those thieves include governments, mafia-type groups, advertisers and many others.  We stop all that with encryption, multi-jurisdictional routing, and so on.  Essentially, we make you anonymous on the Internet, with no pain or strain.

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Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Asset Protection – Passionate About Entrepreneurship

The second paragraph of this article states;

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Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Asset Protection – Entrepreneurship

Over the past week I have been working with one of my asset protection clients developing a strategy for him to minimize his risk.  He is a commercial real estate entrepreneur with a fairly large 8 figure net worth.  Every time I work with successful entrepreneurs like him I can feel my optimism growing.

The world truly revolves around entrepreneurship.  You are the dreamers, visionaries and ultimately the creators of economic growth and prosperity.  You are then ones responsible for constantly improving the welfare of the billions of inhabitants on this planet.

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Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

For those of you that have been reading my articles for any length of time, you should be aware by now that I am an ‘equal opportunity political hater’.  I am happy to rant on the stupidity of Mit Romney’s socialized healthcare plan, GW Bush’s destruction of privacy, or Barry O’s massive growth of the public sector.

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Thursday, September 15th, 2011
  • Cutting the payroll tax for employees and 98% of businesses
  • Payroll tax holiday for adding workers or increasing wages for small businesses
  • Expanding the SBA backed loan limits
  • Tax credits for hiring unemployed veterans
  • State funding for preventing layoffs, modernizing schools, improving infrastructure, and expanding broadband access
  • Extending unemployment benefits
  • Tax credits for hiring long-term unemployed workers
  • Mortgage refinance programs
  • Fully paid for by the President’s long term deficit reduction program

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Thursday, September 8th, 2011

I want to keep today’s newsletter short and sweet (or at least short).  I have a bit of work to do to prepare for the webinar I am hosting later today with my good friend Tres Knippa.

I’ve known Tres now since 2005.  We both started (and finished in ‘07) a Master’s in Entrepreneurship at MIT at that time and have remained good friends since.  Tres works on the trading floor at the CME and runs his own futures brokerage firm in Chicago.

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Thursday, August 18th, 2011

Last week was tumultuous.  Personally I moved to another country, settled in an apartment, then had to unexpectedly move to another apartment temporarily.  I have also had no less than 3 offers on apartments fall through because I waited just a little too long.

I feel today is the day though.  Of course I am an eternal optimist.  I have an offer on a great apartment in the center of town situated between 2 parks and within a 10 minute walk to anything you could possibly want to do.  I also have a 2nd offer on the table in case this one falls through.

The turmoil in my personal life however is nothing compared to what is going on around the world today.  Nearly every major country is broke.  Completely and utterly broke.

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Thursday, August 4th, 2011

I am currently sitting at my desk at 1:20am writing this newsletter.  While I am certainly no early bird and frequently work into the evening, it’s a rare occasion for me to be writing at this late hour.  But this has been a very interesting week.

Over the past week I probably have spent more time with friends and family than in the past year.  Breakfast, lunch, dinner and late nights have been spent with friends and family every day.

Tonight I had an excellent dinner with my sisters and their spouses.  I don’t think I have eaten a meal at home in at least 10 days.

Two nights ago I had a group of my buddies kidnap me for an evening of debauchery.  Of course I didn’t resist much.

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Thursday, July 28th, 2011

Unless you have been living in a cave in Siberia for the past week, you are aware of the US congressional deadline to raise the debt ceiling by August 2nd.

If you listen to the politicians and the media you would think Armageddon, the Apocalypse or even the Rapture is on the horizon. I’m surprised there is any milk and bread in the grocery stores.

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Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

I had a very interesting conversation with a reader this week. ‘Hank’ is an American citizen living in Ecuador and running a local business exporting raw materials around the world.

Hank was very familiar with asset protection and international taxation issues and had previously worked at a law firm assisting international clients with these issues.

The two of us had very similar ideas about politics, economics and ways to reduce the risks is your financial life. We chatted on the phone for quite awhile about these and other issues.

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Keywords: Asset Protection, commercial real estate, Payroll Tax, Real Estate, Small Businesses

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