Description - Swiss Bank Accounts and Investment Management by David Falkayn
This book is written for the serious person of means who wants safety and performance from invested wealth. No matter where you live or what economic and political hazards your country of residence presents to investment you owe it to yourself to consider Switzerland as the place to put your hard-earned money, especially in the Swiss insurance annuity. In my experience a comparison of the Swiss annuity with more traditional forms of asset protection shows that an annuity can serve the same function as trusts or similar legal devices but produces a far greater return for your money with complete safety and less complexity. Here we are concerned with personal wealth, its creation, expansion and preservation. In that context it is not understatement to describe the Swiss financial system's unequaled world record as unique in combining investor safety with assured earnings. Thoughtful people who value financial freedom and asset protection know this well. The question is why any serious foreign investor fails to avail himself of the many benefits of the Swiss system. The answer is; the serious investor never fails! Every person should plan for the important aspects of their financial life. One major area is estate planning which hopefully will insure that at the time of death property passes without incident according to the deceased's wishes. The second area is lifetime financial planning which seeks to build and manage an investable estate to provide assets and income. The third area, the one I will address, is asset protection, an indispensable element without which the other two can be rendered meaningless. This is one of the first books to discuss the portfolio bond, an insurance product offered by companies in Switzerland, which offers significant asset protection, tax and privacy advantages for American investors.
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