Posts Tagged ‘Ambergris Caye’

7 Reasons to Retire in Belize

Belize is a popular location for retirement, particularly among North Americans. Find out seven of the most popular reasons you should consider retiring in Belize.

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Liquidity Ratio – What It Is and Why it Matters

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When choosing an offshore bank, or indeed any bank, one of the key things to consider is the bank’s liquidityContinue Reading

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Navigating the Banking System in Belize and Ambergris Caye

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Tips for Setting Up an Offshore Account

The potential of the right offshore account cannot be underestimated. Unfortunately, some investors tend to approach the process as if one account was just as good as the next. When it comes to international investing situations, that is not the case. Before moving forward with opening any type of account for offshore activity, take some time to consider these factors.

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Register for the 2012 Asset Protection Symposium Presented by Caye Bank

Caye Bank’s 2012 Global Asset Protection Symposium, held on November 7 – 11, 2012 at the Exotic Caye Beach Resort on Ambergris Caye Island in Belize gives attendees the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with international financial experts and learn about IRS compliant, tax-free investment opportunities, strategic insights, and customized financial solutions tailored specifically to the areas of asset protection and international investments.

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Belize Offers Anonymity, Security and Confidentiality in Offshore Banking

Many investors choose Ambergris Caye for offshore banking and asset protection because Belize is primarily an English-speaking country, the tax benefits are favorable, and the exchange rate is two Belize dollars to one U.S. dollar. The country is also easy to reach by two-hour flight, by 36-hour drive from Houston or by sailing on a yacht or catamaran. Belize is one of the leading countries for offshore banking in northern Central America.

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