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Ben Todd

Ben was a seriously broke graduate student with bad credit who after finding himself rejected for any sort of credit card or loan for most of his adult life, finally decided to get his financial life in order. ' He spent several years reading as many financial advice books and blogs as he could. And suprisingly, Ben found he actually LIKED the topic of personal finance; after fixing his own finances, starting his own successful work at home website business, and using his earnings to get out of debt, created to help others do likewise!


  1. Adwin arsjad

    I want to open an online offshore account but I do not know how. I am Adwin Arsjad from Indonesia and want to deposit an amount of US$ 11,5 million. May I request for your information and how much must I pay for an opening?
    Thank you for your attention

    • Ash The Great

      Hi Adwin, you are better off seeking the help of a paid financial advisor. Even though we have some of the finest financial experts on staff, it would be unconscionable for us to give out such information, especially since you are looking to deposit so much. I strongly suggest that you seek paid and legitimate financial advice, and please beware of advice you get from so-called online experts. When you contact a person online, you may be contacting a person like me with a master’s degree, a large office, and a boss who is the director of a fortune 500 company, or you may be conversing with a 12-year old boy who thinks he is the next Tony Stark. If you do not like the idea of paying for advice, then consider choosing a country or two that interests you, and then making a few calls to the banks in those countries to see what free advice they are willing to give.

  2. hanna

    Hi Sir,

    I would like to open an offshore bank account at Bank of American for our company in USA. How can I apply and what documents needed for opening ?

    Thank you so much.


  3. Tony Xie

    I’ve been speaking with some agents in Hong Kong telling me I can incorporate in HK and open bank account in Singapore without the need to pay Singapore tax because would already be under HK corporate tax laws. Does not sound right, but what is your take on this?



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