It's Not So Easy to Renounce US Citizenship

May 21st, 2012 by The JetSetter Team | 1 Comment »

Say you’re Alex Baldwin in the year 2000, and to your utter dismay, George W. Bush has just won a tightly contested presidential election. It’s time to follow through on your alleged threat to leave the United States in advance of the new regime. Our duty here at the Jetsetter Show isn’t to rehash the […]

7 Things to Know When Expatriating to India

May 1st, 2012 by The JetSetter Team | Comments Off on 7 Things to Know When Expatriating to India

? Canadian drugs are only shipped from our affiliated Canadian dispensary. Take the right taxi when you arrive. Look for the pre-paid taxi stand. Do not let anyone approach you and offer you a taxi. They are definitely overcharging by a high amount (up to 300 percent!). The difference is often between one with A/C […]

JS 36: Paradise For Less in the Dominican Republic with Tay Oz Real Estate Broker

April 11th, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 36: Paradise For Less in the Dominican Republic with Tay Oz Real Estate Broker

Jason Hartman interviews real estate broker, Tay Oz about what is making the Dominican Republic more and more attractive to foreigners. Tay says the D.R. is the least expensive in the Caribbean, with temporary and permanent residency much easier to obtain. The cost of living is even more affordable than America, with a slower paced […]

JS 35: Offshore Banking & Investing in the Cayman Islands with Josh VanDyk Investment Adviser

March 21st, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 35: Offshore Banking & Investing in the Cayman Islands with Josh VanDyk Investment Adviser

Join Jason Hartman as he interviews Josh VanDyk, investment adviser located in the Cayman Islands, about life in the Cayman Islands, where there are nearly 600 banks and trust companies, including 43 of the world’s 50 largest banks. Jason and Josh discuss the scrutiny by the U.S. government, the reasons people wish to invest offshore, […]

Does Expatriation Allow You to Escape 401k Taxes?

March 20th, 2012 by The JetSetter Team | Comments Off on Does Expatriation Allow You to Escape 401k Taxes?

In short, you cannot avoid paying 401k taxes by uprooting yourself at retirement and fleeing to a different country. While we like where your head is at in seeking to minimize what is already an excruciating tax burden, blatantly crossing Uncle Sam is not the way to go. There are many great reasons to consider […]

JS 34: The New Emerging Global Middle Class with Jeff Opdyke Investment Director of ‘The Sovereign Individual’

March 8th, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 34: The New Emerging Global Middle Class with Jeff Opdyke Investment Director of ‘The Sovereign Individual’

Join Jason Hartman as he interviews Investment Director and Editor of The Sovereign Individual, Jeff Opdyke. While the middle class is shrinking in the United States, Jeff shares his global observations of a new emerging middle class in other previously oppressed countries, such as Asia and Africa, and how online international trading is becoming so […]

Expatriate Executives Find Challenges in the New China

November 28th, 2011 by The JetSetter Team | Comments Off on Expatriate Executives Find Challenges in the New China

Some people leave the United States in search of adventure. Others expatriate because they don’t like the look of things on the home front. And then there is the business class of expatriates – young and upwardly mobile corporate executives who have been entrusted the keys to the company image and sent off into an […]

JS 32: Group Travel Adventures with Todd Sullivan Founder of Globetrooper.com

October 13th, 2011 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on JS 32: Group Travel Adventures with Todd Sullivan Founder of Globetrooper.com

Life is about experience and global travel is about awakening to unlimited possibilities, especially when traveling with a group of people whom share your aspirations and sense of adventure.  Join Jason Hartman and Todd Sullivan, founder of Globetrooper.com, as they talk about the rewarding experiences of group travel, from planning exciting trips together, to making […]

JS 31: Summer Travel Themes with Robert Reid – US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet

July 5th, 2011 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on JS 31: Summer Travel Themes with Robert Reid – US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet

It’s time to expand your thoughts on vacation hotspots! Jason Hartman and Robert Reid, US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet, embark on a conversational tour of numerous vacation ideas, both within the States and abroad. Robert brings a wide variety of travel types and locations to the table, such as Civil War Reenactments, Route 66, […]

JS 30: Health & Longevity with Howard S Friedman, Ph.D. and Leslie R. Martin, Ph.D. Authors of ‘The Longevity Project’

June 1st, 2011 by Jason Hartman | 1 Comment »

Do you want to know the secrets of living longer? Join Jason Hartman on this episode of the Jet Setter Show as he interviews Leslie Martin, Ph.D. and Howard Friedman, Ph.D., authors of “The Longevity Project.” Find out who lives longest and why. The answers may surprise you! HOWARD S. FRIEDMAN is Distinguished Professor at […]