Take care of your assets
One crisis follows the other, fronts harden and for the ordinary citizen, events roll over at a speed that makes it almost impossible to assess the consequences involved and to prepare appropriate expropriation protection.
Inflation, property tax reform, gas apportionment, rising interest rates and cold progression are just a selection of the current issues that are flickering across the screens of the republic in an inflationary manner and mean serious financial consequences for the so-called middle class and the broad “ middle classes. “ To clarify, the maximum amount of government debt represents the sum of its citizens’ assets up to the over-indebtedness limit. It’s literally down to the wire, your hard-earned, it’s your money.
But that is not all. Further uncertainty is still being caused by the aftermath of a global pandemic and its financial consequences for the economy . A war on European soil and a constant stream of refugees from the crisis areas of this earth also fuel general unease and shake the sense of security. The fact that the lights will soon go out at night to save the expensive electricity will certainly be conducive to this negative perception.
It’s time to get active and get your sheep in the dry . Protect your assets now in the long term from the access of third parties and the arbitrariness of politics, become active while it is still possible.
Expropriation protection through diversification and dispersion
There are many ways to preserve, protect and, ideally, increase the assets that have been painstakingly built up. The most proven strategy is to diversify your assets and finances and be active in more than one country or even continent.
On the one hand, this means being autonomous from individual industries or sectors and, on the other, remaining geopolitically independent and flexible. The more global and diverse the investment strategy, the “safer” it is from economic fluctuations and political upheavals. At the same time, the management and support of these assets involves a corresponding additional expense, which must already be taken into account when planning an asset protection strategy. Local and international tax regulations as well as political aspects should also be considered during planning. Another residence is usually advantageous for models of this type.
We will be happy to advise you individually on your current asset situation and, with our international team of experts, provide you with the right strategy to protect your assets from expropriation.
How we help protect your assets from expropriation
- Tax law advice and tax representation in Germany
- Advice on the subject of assets abroad
- Advice on asset allocation and tax optimisation
- Accounting and asset management
- Communication with German authorities and offices
- Broad network of international partners for the allocation of assets
- Review of existing assets
- Advice on the topic of inheritance in Germany
Forms of creeping expropriation
- Tax increases
- Pension reforms and adverse adjustments
- New taxes and levies
- Cold progression
- Load balancing
- Interest rate policy
- Excessive cost of living
- Abolition of cash and digitalization of all money transfers
Helpful articles on eminent domain:
- Old-age poverty: European countries expropriate pension savers
- Health Care Reform as an Entry Point into the Totalitarian Welfare State?
- Black money abroad and other investment risks
- Professional asset protection – asset protection for medium-sized companies in practice
- Risk diversification & asset protection
Our office in Munich
You will find our office at Fasolt-Strasse 7 in Munich, very close to Schloss Nymphenburg. Our team consists of highly motivated attorneys who are available for all the needs of our clients. In special cases, our law firm cooperates with selected experts to represent your interests in the best possible way.
About the author
PhD, MBA, MM
Dr. Johannes Fiala has been working for more than 25 years as a lawyer and attorney with his own law firm in Munich. He is intensively involved in real estate, financial law, tax and insurance law. The numerous stages of his professional career enable him to provide his clients with comprehensive advice and to act as a lawyer in the event of disputes.
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