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American Borders Will Be Changing

An iron curtain is slowly descending around the borders of America. When it falls, some people will be shut in; others will be shut out. It will be up to bureaucrats and agents with guns to decide which one of those people you are. Changes in border policy are in the wind. On June 27th, 2013, the 1,300-page Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act passed the Senate and proceeded to...

RNC members tackle Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or FATCA

Republican National Committee members are drafting a resolution calling for the repeal of a soon-to-be-implemented tax law that critics say is contributing to Americans living abroad renouncing their U.S. citizenship in record numbers. Solomon Yue, an RNC committee member from Oregon, has distributed the first draft of his resolution to repeal the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or FATCA, among fellow RNC...

An increasing number of global citizens are making the decision to become internationally mobile in retirement

Making the decision to retire overseas is one thing; actually putting the practical steps in place to facilitate your relocation is quite another. Today we’re going to focus on a practical action plan to turn your dream of moving abroad into reality. An increasing number of global citizens are making the decision to become internationally mobile in retirement, because they’re aware that they can access a better...

What to Know Before Buying Property Overseas

It’s perfectly possible to make money on Belize real estate investments. Keep your eyes open and stay focused on what you’re actually buying and you’ll do well in the foreign real estate market.         What to Know Before Buying Property Overseas Written by Kathleen Peddicord May 29, 2012 Rum and real estate don’t mix. You want to be sober when considering property purchase options...

Do I Look Like a Tourist to You? Achieving Fair Market Value in Latin America

Ever traveled and realized that the locals were dying to sell you any and everything (at slightly or very inflated prices) because somehow, even though you’d taken pains to try and blend in, you obviously just screamed, “Tourist!”? While this might not present much of a problem when buying t-shirts, knick knacks, and snow globes for friends and family back home, many would agree that the issue becomes, at the...

Best Places in the World to Retire

Those people who are not taking Belize seriously should maybe think twice. While Belize may not currently be the first country mentioned when thinking about overseas retirement or property investment, one thing is certain – it is more commonly mentioned now than before, and has begun joining the ranks of well-known retirement and vacation havens such as Panama and Costa Rica. Do you want to be one of those...

Mexico Increases Entry Fee At All Borders

Interesting how things are changing around Mexico. The Mexican Government has just increased its entry fee to all foreign nationals who plan to stay for more than 7 days. I would assume this is an added fee to help feed Mexico’s huge tourism promotion budget?       Mexico Increases Entry Fee At All Borders All Foreign Nationals including Belizeans who enter Mexico by air, land or sea and stay...

American And Canadian Retirees Find Living Is Easy South Of The Border

If you’re a Baby Boomer, chances are you’re dreaming of someplace South to spend the upcoming winter. Many older Boomers have already settled into Florida and Arizona, but the cost of living in the USA is not that cheap. So where else can you go and get more for your money? If this question has been on your mind, I have some food for thought to share with you! There are several places where you can...
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