Pankau despises domestic tax laws. He urges people to hire a good attorney to help plan a move offshore to a sunny clime with low taxes, bank-privacy rules, and simpler, cheaper living. He recommends New Zealand, Belize, Costa Rica, and Honduras, where the island of Roatan is his own personal hideaway. And for those who truly need to disappear, Pankau explains how amazingly easy it is to obtain a second or third passport, become a new person or stage a phony death.
Pankau is also a powerful advocate for asset-protection planning. The book features some nifty moves to block creditors with bankruptcy laws. There are also methods to maximize state and federal tax exemptions and maneuvers to shield a personal residence, real estate, stocks, or pension accounts from taxes and potential creditors or lawsuits.
The book is for hard-core freedom seekers. It's also recommended for people interested in more conventional techniques for protecting money, property, and other valuables. --Dan Ring --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
In summary, the book is poorly written, it isn't very interesting, and it has no redeeming literary or social value.
He is highly respected internationally as an author(two bestsellers), speaker and most impressively, one of the top private investigators in the country.
This book does show you how the government finds ways to keep your money, but it does VERY little to show you how to stop them.
Save your money. This is a stupid book and did nothing for me.Published 4 months ago by NewYorkJack2006
Pankau is the master of this subject. However, times have changed so much since publication it renders half of the book useless. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Confidential
Good book -- good, quick service. This is a very professional merchant got the order right and fulfilled it quickly.Published 17 months ago by Robert Sperlazzo
The book arrived on time and in good shape. The book was cheap and what I expected. The last three words.Published on August 16, 2012 by roy mcginnis
Yes book has typos, not a handicap, but reflects hard, useful and extensive street smarts experience of government and procedures as well as detective, police and government... Read morePublished on February 11, 2012 by Rhett Winthrop-St.Gery