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I have tried to see if it would be possible to transfer my IRA funds
to a safe tax-haven outside of the USA. I am an American citizen who is retired and lives full-time abroad,and would like to avoid paying taxes legally,as I draw down from my IRA.
If I transferred my funds to a European country such as the Netherlands, or Switzerland or Austria...or the Bahamas
Since I do live abroad, and since dividends and withdrawals would follow the same requirements as any IRA, could this be an option that
ex-pats may use thus avoiding taxes upon withdrawing funds.
Thanks...I have not seen anything concerning IRA investments abroad...
other then the standard mutual funds...global,international,European, emerging markets,etal...
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