Asset and Wealth Protection
Personal Liberty focuses on conservative Americans who understand the importance of independent thought in the quest to grow and protect their financial assets, and are seeking to achieve financial freedom.
What a difference a year can make. Last year at this time, investors at the various financial conferences I attend were feeling pretty good. Oh, there were a few storm clouds on the horizon. No one was singing “Happy days are here again.” But an air of quiet contentment seemed to prevail.
Bermuda has held a conference on wealth and asset protection, in particular in offshore jurisdictions. However, the event coincided with a new U.S. government warning against banks assisting tax evasion.
Bank of New York Mellon Asset Management has reported the funding status of U.S. pension plans improved by 3.9 percentage points last month.
Congress is concerned that Americans’ retirement funds have dropped by 40 percent to 60 percent during the economic meltdown and they are looking for ways to help. One way being considered is to confiscate your IRA or 401(k) and put it into a government-run account. Read further to find out what this means…
As the recession continues, it may be useful to review a few steps that may help protect individuals’ financial assets during this difficult time.
Whew! By the time you receive this, I will have just finished my MC duties at two back-to-back investment conferences. First came the Atlanta Investment Conference, where a host of newsletter editors, market analysts, and other wizards told us what they expected the market to do over the coming months.
In turbulent economic times people scramble for ways to protect and preserve their hard-earned wealth, and some experts are offering advice on the best way to achieve that goal.
The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy has criticized the limits on tax deductions for charitable donations in the Obama administration’s budget.
The National Inflation Association (NIA) has issued advice on how Americans can protect their assets in the face of inevitable inflation.
A new coalition called Citizens Against Net Taxes (CANT) aims to bring consumers, industry leaders and nonprofit organizations together to protest against new taxes on digital goods and services downloaded to PCs or mobile devices.