Assessing the advice you can get from a professional advisor
When you think about asking a professional advisor, like your accountant, your lawyer, of your financial planner, you need to understand where they are coming from, before you blindly accept their answers to your queries.
This is particularly true if your questions have anything to do with "going offshore"...
These professionals have learned what they have learned through education provided for by the government, one way or the other. This means that they are "fully qualified" for their job if/when they know nothing but what the government wants them to know...
These professionals generally further depend on a government license in order to maintain their practice - and thus their income...
Question: What kind of advice do you think you will get from them when you inquire about something your government most definitely will not like you to do, such as your "going offshore" and pulling assets and income streams out of the government's control and tax base?
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