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THE MONACO REPORT
 
The Advantages of Monaco as a Tax Haven

 

HOW TO BECOME A LEGAL RESIDENT OF TAX-FREE MONTE CARLO, MONACO

 

There are a few problems in paradise, one of them being the French Government. But for those who read this Special Report, the effect of French fiscal measures can be entirely and legally avoided.
 
The report also goes into the question of how to earn a living, manage a business, handle investments, form corporations or trusts, etc.
 
This report gives you immediately useful, essential information, not available elsewhere.
 
There are few places where one can live in seafront luxury and be free of income taxes and real estate taxes. But the other tax havens are too isolated and cold (like Andorra), to hot (like the Bahamas) or 3rd World (Paraguay).
 
Monaco is the most sophisticated, civilized, clean, and crime-free Monaco Report, Updated, From the Historic 1990 Report tax haven of them all. It is a resort area well known for its glitter, conspicuous consumption, and the non-stop action of major gambling casinos. It boasts fine beaches, golf, hang-glider, and tennis clubs.
 
This report looks at tax havens in general and compares Monaco with the runners-up: Andorra, Bermuda, Campione, and Liechtenstein
 
It provides a simple test to see if Monaco is ‘your cup of tea.’
 
In 1988, W.G. Hill presented the tax-haven of Monaco to the super-rich. Grandpa, the author of Bye Bye Big Brother, has updated and expanded the Monaco report with newer information to reflect the latest changes.

 

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YOU’RE GETTING OVER 50 YEARS OF GRANDPA’S EXPERIENCE… AND HUNDREDS OF YEARS OF OTHER EXPATS’ TRIAL & ERROR… CRAMMED INSIDE EASY READING PAGES CHOCK-FULL OF ACTIONABLE ADVICE.

Here are some questions you can use to note your thoughts while reading and answer below when finished reading THE MONACO REPORT.

  1. What makes you think THE MONACO REPORT is going to be interesting?
  2. Why do you think "Dr. W.G. Hill," wrote THE MONACO REPORT?
  3. Something you liked about it.
  4. Something you disliked about it.
  5. How did reading it change you, or your views?
  6. What would you say to persuade a friend to read it or not to read it?
  7. Summarise it in one written sentence.
  8. What was your favorite part of THE MONACO REPORT? Why?
  9. What was the most interesting thing you learned from THE MONACO REPORT?
  10. If you could change one thing in THE MONACO REPORT, what would it be?
  11. How might you have written it differently?
  12. Does THE MONACO REPORT remind you of anything else you’ve already read or seen?
  13. Was there any mind-blowing piece of information you hadn't thought of before that you think you can use?
  14. Did THE MONACO REPORT change your opinion or perspective about anything?
  15. Do you feel different now than you did before you read it?
  16. What feedback would you give "Dr. W.G. Hill"?
 
If you have suggestions to streamline these questions for this specific PT report, please post it in the Suggestions and Criticism threat with reference to this specific PT report, as questions are not "one size fits all"!
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