In order to best serve all needs, this post is for any further questions, comments and updates for the London UK Info Session.
Please note that The Church Hall is a separate location to the church
itself and is located about 100m north of Euston Road and about 30m east
of Eversholt Street on the southern side of Lancing Street.
For access, please ring the “Church Hall” buzzer to the right of the
entrance. The Church Hall is located on the second floor of St. Pancras
Transport: The nearest train station is Euston. The location is also
within short walking distance of King’s Cross/St. Pancras train station.
The nearest Tube stations are Euston (Northern and Victoria), Euston
Square (Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle) and King’s
Cross/St. Pancras (Piccadilly).
@All, Listening to the comments here, it appears most of the active Brockers actually DO promote renouncing/relinquishing as the only viable solution.
If renouncing the ‘right way’ (i.e. by also becoming tax compliant) was easy, inexpensive, and risk free, almost EVERYONE would do it, myself included. But its not, so there will continue to be an underground of slaves who rely on the registered products, small FFI’s, the kindness of family members, etc.
Plus WE STILL HAVE THE CHARTER CHALLENGE!!!
My point is this: I do NOT want people NOT going to the sessions if they are unsure of whether they want to renounce. They DO need to go to the sessions! There are more options than just renunciation that will be presented. However, I do think that once they know what is what, many more of them might consider renouncing. I just don’t want people overseas to dismiss the sessions and not go, based on that perception.
All re financial investment advice:
CBC “Marketplace: Hidden camera test examines financial advisers at top Canadian banks, firms but doesn’t begin to address bad advice given to US Persons in Canada (or other countries).
Enjoyed the session today. Lots to think about and to discuss with immediate family. Thank you so much for arranging this Brockers!
@WhiteKat, and GwEvil,
I agree that it is undesirable that people might be discouraged from going if they are not yet psychologically/personally/ideologically/practically prepared to consider the idea that renunciation might be a potential/desirable/only remedy, OR that they are not able/willing/ready to renounce.
People are best served when they can see as much as is possible (in all this murk and morass willfully created and maintained by the US government) of the paths/options/variables in order to mull over their own situation. And, perhaps choose a Plan A, with a backup Plans B and C – to be adjusted as conditions change or obstacles are identified.