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Most people never do anything about it, but it remains a mystique. My wife Jo Ann and I decided to make a change, hoping for the better. We had lived in Washington, D. But we felt we were in the rut of city living, the rut people get into no matter what their career. We thought that it was extremely important for us and our children to experience new cultures and peoples. Having lived outside the U. We also wanted to move for reasons of health.
Our 4-year old daughter, Lee Ann, had caught pneumonia the past year during one of those bitter cold winters in the East, and our youngest son, Todd, was chronically ill, partly because of the cold. We wanted to move to a warmer climate. There was of course a financial motivation. I wanted to give an international flavor to my financial writings, and I knew that the best way to achieve it was by moving abroad. Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, is a major financial center, with hundreds of international banks.
The tax burden was becoming a real drain on me, as it is for every financially successful American. Taxes were running ruining? It seemed that no matter what financial decision I made, whether buying a new home or investing in the stock market or some new venture, the overriding concern was the tax implications.