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Nov 29, 2017

Andrew received an angry listener letter saying that what Andrew is doing (encouraging people to go where they’re treated best) is wrong. In the email, this person believes people leaving the UK and escaping their tax obligations are putting more burden on good citizens like himself and ruining it for the rest of the people who happily live in the UK. Well, on this week’s introduction, Andrew has a few words for people who think it’s morally wrong to leave and seek a different kind of lifestyle. People have always and will always vote with their feet!

 

Key Takeaways:

 

Andrew’s Editorial:

[1:40] Andrew reads out loud a listener email, who is upset people are leaving the UK! He thinks what Andrew is doing is wrong.

[5:15] Is paying low taxes and traveling the world really so ‘wrong’?

[9:00] Going where you’re treated best is not a unique concept. It’s a natural concept.

[9:55] “I pay my taxes!” Chances are, no, you don’t!

[10:55] If you want to live in a country that has high tax, then you’re more than welcome to do that.

[13:45] Everybody wants YOU to pay taxes (yet they don’t want to pay it themselves), and if you want to live to seek a better life, those same people are going to tell you that you’re wrong.

[16:00] No matter where you’re from, working towards a second passport is never wrong. In fact, it’s a safety measure.

[17:10] You have the right to leave your own country for tax reasons and non-tax reasons.

[18:15] Are you obligated to pay? Should you feel bad about leaving?

[19:45] You wouldn’t pay double the price for office space just because it was the right thing to do. You wouldn’t pay double for anything!

 

Interview:

[24:55] How did it all begin for Danny?

[27:45] How does Danny stay content with his life?

[31:15] Why did Danny decide to leave California?

[35:10] If you want to become an entrepreneur, you really have to put yourself out there. There will be times you fail, but you just have to get back up again.

[40:15] Why does Danny love Jakarta and can’t stand Bali?

[43:40] How does Danny date in a foreign country?

[47:45] What makes Jakarta unique?

[52:00] The taxes in Asia are so low, especially at the airports and they’re incredibly nice to travel in.

[54:50] How do we get our hands on Danny’s book, Dr. Growth?

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Nomadcapitalist.com

Email: Andrew@NomadCapitalist.com

Email: Hola@NomadCapitalist.com

Nomad Capitalist on Youtube

Danny-flood.com

Lavalinkonline.com

Publishizer.com/dr-growth

 

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