Who he is: Terry Coxon is a regular contributor to the popular financial newsletter "The Casey Report." Coxon has an extensive global network of institutional financial relationships and a distinguished personal history as an architect of innovative financial planning arrangements, including the Permanent Portfolio Fund, the United States Gold Trust (the first gold ETF), the Passport Financial Offshore Trust and the Open Opportunity IRA.
Coxon's primary area of expertise and writing presently is how to legally expatriate and safeguard your wealth using offshore trusts and structures for internationalizing IRAs.
Coxon's Passport Trust program draws on decades of experience from some of the industry's leading experts. His ties to experts go back decades. Coxon edited all the books written by the late Harry Browne from 1976 onward, including Harry Browne's Complete Guide to Swiss Banks. Coxon also edited all the issues of "Harry Browne's Special Reports" during its 20 years of publication.
Terry Coxon is the author of Keep What You Earn, a 350-page guide to income tax, estate tax, asset protection and portfolio planning for US investors. With Harry Browne, Coxon coauthored Inflation-Proofing Your Investments. Terry has also published articles in numerous financial newsletters.
Moreover, Terry Coxon founded and was president of the Permanent Portfolio Family of Funds, an SEC-registered family of mutual funds whose assets currently exceed $3 billion. In 1996 he designed and launched the Passport Financial Offshore Trust program, which for the first time made it easy and economical for US investors to achieve the safety of a lawful offshore trust.
Background: Terry Coxon was for many years a close collaborator with and editor for the late Harry Browne who was perhaps America's best known libertarian and gave many lectures on this philosophy. Coxon and Browne suggested that people build their lives around methodologies that allow them to avoid various established social and business structures. Together they raised the profile of the libertarian philosophy and brought it to the attention of even more individuals wishing to "live free" in an unfree world.