Press Release Announcing Release of New Book on Cross-Border Financial Planning

First Definitive Guide on Personal Finance for Cross-Border Professionals and Their Families Examines Taxes, Investing, Real Estate and Retirement SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — During this time of unprecedented global mobility, Andrew Fisher, President and Chief Investment Officer of Worldview Wealth Advisors, today has released a book, The […]

Maxim Rebrands as Worldview Wealth Advisors, Better Aligning Name with Global Business

San Francisco, CA and Portland, OR (8 September, 2016) – Worldview Wealth Advisors, a financial planning and investment management company specializing in advising international and cross-border families, today announced a new era of growth and opportunity for its clients and partners: Maxim Global Wealth Advisors is now Worldview Wealth Advisors. […]

Major U.S. Brokerage Firms Are Closing Foreign-Owned Accounts

Many people who are living abroad but who have U.S. investment accounts have recently been receiving an unpleasant notice from their account custodian that their accounts are being closed and must be moved. This is true no matter whether the person is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (Green Card […]

Announcing My New Book – The Cross-Border Family Wealth Guide

I am excited to announce the impending release of my new book – The Cross-Border Family Wealth Guide: Advice on Taxes, Investing, Real Estate, and Retirement for Global Families in the U.S. and Abroad, with Foreward by Tim Kochis.   Whether you’re an American living abroad, or foreign-born and living in […]

Study: Immigrants Founded 51% of U.S. Billion-Dollar Startups

The US really dominates the industry of innovation around the world. Yet, the financial advisory industry is not yet smart enough to deal with foreign nationals coming into the States. This is why I am writing my book, to help advise this growing segment!!   WSJ March 17, 2016 By […]

Europe Faces Pension Pinch

  This article in the WSJ highlights a serious issue in Europe and the U.S. Too few workers contribute to the state pension systems, and nations set little cash aside for benefits they promise. Some are calling this the “pension time bomb”…because the demographic trends are such that fewer and […]

Is It Time to Make Up With Emerging Markets?

This article makes some great arguments why investors should not give up on emerging markets. Many of these economies have been in flux, but now the risk and reward ratio may be tilting toward investors’ favor.     Updated March 7, 2016  The best time to take a vacation can be […]

New Option for U.S. Banking for US Citizens and Residents Living Overseas

Good job by the American Citizens Abroad, Inc. (ACA), for helping solve a basic need for many U.S. expatriates who unfortunately left the U.S. without first setting up a U.S. bank relationship. A real problem for some Americans living overseas is the inability to open and/or maintain State-side banking services. ACA […]

Expert Tips for Managing Your Finances Abroad

Andrew Fisher was quoted in a recent article in www.currencyfair.com, which speaks to the growing complexity of managing one’s financial affairs when living abroad. The article can be viewed here: Expert Tips for Managing Your Finances Abroad

Record Number of U.S. Citizens, Green-Card Holders Cut Ties With U.S. in 2015

In 2015, 4,279 American expats renounced their U.S. citizenships, according to the U.S. Treasury. This figure represents a roughly 25 percent increase from 2014 and continues a trend that has seen the number of renunciations rise nearly 500 percent since 2009 (742). A recent blog post by The Tax Foundation […]