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Setting up a foreign bank account is a smart way to protect a portion of your wealth. If you set up the account to hold a foreign currency then you may also gain as the value of the currency increases verses the US dollar. Holding a portion of your your wealth in another country may also protect that wealth from frivolous or unwarranted lawsuits. Always seek the advice of experienced professionals when setting up you accounts.
Protecting assets can go as far as placing them away to other countries. It is referred to as offshore asset protection. One can put his assets outside the United States to shield it from creditors at the same time allow it to earn. Read the rest of this entry »
What can you do to protect your identity and your wealth? In this article I will outline the 5 Top Tips that you can use to protect your identity and protect your wealth. How can protecting your identity be accomplished today with so many people trying to access your information?
Always protect your passwords from prying eyes. If you are using an ATM/ bank machine or point of sale machine cover the pin pad with your hand or purse to prevent others from seeing the numbers you are pressing. Make your password something memorable but not simple to figure out; don’t use your birthday or social security number. A combination of numbers and letters work best for your passwords. For example you could use “pass12word” or “34johndoe” the combination makes it a strong password from an encryption (techie word for secure) stand point and tough for someone to figure out. Never keep your passwords with your credit/debit cards if you must write it down don’t leave the note lying around where people can find it. Read the rest of this entry »If you enjoyed the information I provided in this post, please buy me a coffee. Thank You