Category Archives: Family Offices

  1. Countries Rush to Lower Corporate Tax Rates to Compete with the U.S.

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • January 3rd, 2019

    The U.S.’s 2017 tax reform lowered the U.S.’s corporate tax rate to 21%, one of the lowest amongst developed nations. This has sparked a global race to lowest corporate tax rate amongst developed nations.

    Developed nations are now engaged in intense tax competition with one another in an attempt to attract businesses. This is great for businesses around the world!!!

    Check out my rant about it here.

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  2. Hidden Dangers of Public Beneficial Ownership Registries

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • November 21st, 2018

    Hidden Dangers of Public Beneficial Ownership Registries

    Besides being none of anyone’s goddamn business, public beneficial ownership registries pose a significant risk to owners of entities. Proponents of the registries claim they will expose unscrupulous businesspeople engaged in shady business, which is rampant according to them. They lie. It is not rampant.

    Why do they lie?

    They know that most business is legitimate and legal. In fact, their own numbers show that over 99.9% of business is legal and legitimate. They are waging a war on wealth and business and making false claims to support it. You need to protect yourself! This webinar recording exposes the dangers of public beneficial owner registers that you need know about.

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  3. A Solid Tax Strategy can Dramatically Increase Your Profits

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • October 23rd, 2018

    A Solid Tax Strategy can Dramatically Increase Your Profits

    Our Founder & CEO, Jimmy Sexton, LL.M., has been published again! His recent article Why Reviewing Your Tax Strategy Makes Financial Sense was published in Forbes! In this article he explains how a solid tax strategy can dramatically increase your profits.


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