How To Be Nomad Capitalist And Go Where You're Treated Best with Andrew Henderson

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Are you living where you're treated best?

That's the question that the founder of NomadCapitalist.com, Andrew Henderson asks himself and his clients.

If you're a location independent entrepreneur and ever wondered what it might be like to live in different countries around the world, or just another country that offers more flexibility, freedom, lifestyle and less confiscatory taxation, you're going to want to listen to this episizzle all the way through.

What does it mean to be treated best?

According to Andrew, the USA has the best "Brand" in the world, but that doesn't mean it has the best "product," especially for some people. The USA is a wonderful place in many respects, but depending on your socio-economic status it could be a nightmare compared to your options.

And explaining the options is what Andrew does best.

For instance, some people with lower incomes and savings could afford a much more comfortable lifestyle or retirement in a developing country where the cost of living is a fraction of the USA. On the other end of the spectrum, those with high incomes and wealth can also avoid the increasingly confiscatory taxation of the US and the other countries in the developed world.

Evading taxes is wrong.

Avoiding them however, through legal means is smart.

Further the adventures and lifestyle you can create by understanding your options can open up a whole new world.

This is a topic I've personally given a lot of thought to and today you'll hear me selfishly ask Andrew questions I want to know for potential moves I might make.

And if you'd like to know more about this, Andrew has 3 resources to share with you here;

And I highly recommend reading Andrew's book, which you can order here on Amazon.

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