I’m a proud Canadian. I enjoy living in the country and all that it has to offer including the education system, the infrastructure, the healthcare (more or less), and most importantly, my freedom. Freedom of speech, of association, and my right to vote.
I’m now in the later stages of my career though, so the thought of leaving Canada isn’t really an option for me, but, if I were a younger entrepreneur considering where I want to live and start a company, there would be many considerations, one of which would be the tax rate, and how tax and business-friendly the nation was to their entrepreneurs, and in that regard, Canada's not necessarily the best place to call home.
And that's why there are people like Andrew Henderson from Nomad Capitalist who are only a phone call away. Andrew helps entrepreneurs and wealth creators who want to find a new country to call home. He helps them expatriate.
You can read my thoughts on this subject here: Would You Move Off-Shore to Save on Taxes?
In the podcast, I interview Andrew and we discuss the what, why, when, where, and how much of expatriating in order to save taxes.
Andrew is someone I have followed for years. He's a respected individual in the space. Our conversation is interesting to say the least.