Now that six months have passed between Steven Ingersoll's federal tax fraud conviction and. with his October 20 sentencing date looming, it's a perfect time to take a look at countries without an extradition treaty with the United States.
While you're getting in touch with your inner Edward Snowden and wondering where you might flee, Miss Fortune suggests Croatia.
With a per-capita GDP of over $17,000, Croatia occupies that sweet spot between places that are too poor to be safe and too expensive to be enjoyable.
Your dollars will go a long way here, and with miles of beaches, remote castles, extensive caves and uninhabited islands, the formerly war-torn republic has a full spectrum of options for your next home.
While a little lacking in nightlife, Croatia's extensive diving, caving and hiking opportunities make it ideal for outdoorsmen, and its stable government and parliamentary republic promise that your property — and life — should be well protected by the rule of law.