#1. Move to Canada.
Sell all of your property and assets in the USA and move to Canada before the end of the tax year.
This way you are effectively cutting all ties to the USA and never have to pay taxes to the U.S. government ever again.
#2. Buy Off the Grid property in some remote region of Canada.
For example Northern Ontario has lots of cheap off grid property you could potentially buy. Here are some tips on how to find off grid homes. Ideally you want to find a location that has no running water or sewer, and no electricity - but there is still the option to provide your own water and septic systems and produce your own electricity.
#3. Build an off grid home that runs off solar, wind and battery power.
You will need to learn how to produce electricity off the grid, but the good news is it is actually quite easy to do. You may have to use a diesel generator in the beginning for electricity, but over time as you add more solar and wind, your battery supply will be full and you will only need the diesel generator for emergencies.
#4. Learn how to farm, garden, forage, fish and hunt for your food.
Oh and trapping, lets not forget trapping, as that is also a good way to provide both food and clothing.
#5. Pay a tiny amount of Property Taxes to the Canadian government.
No, seriously it is a tiny amount. If your property is off the electrical grid and water/sewer lines, you pay significantly less land taxes.
If living off the grid sounds like a good life for you, you should seriously consider this.
So why should you consider doing all this?
#1. Donald Trump is president...
Which means the USA is close to an economic collapse. It is just a matter of time before the U.S. economy collapses. It is Donald Trump after all. He managed to bankrupt his own casino and owes billions to the Russians. Does he really have America's best interests at heart?
At present due to Trump's fiscal mismanagement the U.S. National Debt is rising at approx. $750 billion per year.
#2. War is coming.
With who? Who knows. It could be China, Russia, North Korea, Iran, all of the above. The difference is that they all have nuclear weapons, and do you really want to be working hard for peanuts in the USA when the bombs hit, or would you rather be living off the grid in Canada, safe and far away from any major city that could be a target for a nuclear strike.
#3. Maybe you are just tired of paying taxes.
The U.S. National Debt is currently over $21.147 trillion, and each American taxpayer owes $174,168 worth of that debt. Do you have over $174,000 handy to pay off the debt? How do you think you will be paying for that (plus any future debts accrued by Donald Trump and future presidents)?
In two years the debt will reach approx. $22.647 trillion, a 7% increase, assuming the current rate of increase stays the same. But with Donald Trump in power it will likely skyrocket faster than expected.
Sooner or later China and other countries are going to face a recession and during that economic crunch time they will want to cash in on their ownership of much of the U.S. National Debt... which means the USA will be expected to repay it by raising taxes on American citizens.
Failure to repay that debt could lead China and the USA to war. In which case, your taxes would go up anyway to pay for the war effort.
Thus going off the grid / moving to Canada starts to make a lot of sense.
You don't have to move to Canada
You could also move overseas. You know you could move somewhere that many people don't speak English. Examples:
- New Zealand
But if you are a typical American who has difficulty learning other languages, moving to Canada where most people speak English makes good sense. Australia and New Zealand are also excellent options for finding off grid real estate.
But if you want your family to be able to visit you easily, Canada is really your best option.