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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
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Posted: 1/3/2001 8:48:47 PM

By: Sam Hinton

Hello.... I am interested in completely seperating myself in every way shape and form from this this so called "free country" and moving my business and all my assets offshore... anyone have any tips for me??? I am really new to this whole thing....

Can anyone explain how and IBC (International Business Corporation) would work to my benefit in Canada, and how the different currency thing would work??? Can I deposit Canadian Currency into and International Bank and keep it as Canadian Currency???

I live in Canada, Does anyone know of any good Canadian offshore sites???


 

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