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Fund Your Travels With an Import-Export Business...www.iLoveLatins.com

Fund Your Travels With an Import-Export Business by Roger L Gee Print  12 437     Nancy and Roger’s best mark-up products are the Tarahumara baskets and wood carvings from Mexico Most of our friends and relatives think we’re crazy. We travel a lot and go places they wouldn’t dare to go. We have a lifestyle that works for us, but not necessarily for everyone. Last winter we traveled to Honduras andGuatemala. The winter before, we spent six weeks in Jamaica, mixing our profitable business with fun in the sun. With our Import-Export business, our working year ends in December and doesn’t kick into g...

The Money-Making Secret of the Millionaires Posted on May 8, 2013 by Lori Allen Print  2 441     Items can be manufactured in China for less than the price of a loaf of bread. © Jess Yu - Fotolia.com Certainly you know that the bikinis you’ll see on the beach this summer—along with the sand buckets, shovels, beach rafts, towels and tank tops—cost customers anywhere from $5 to $50 a-piece. Yet they came from China for less than the price of a loaf of bread.  Rob has called me in to talk to you about a simple strategy for funding your move overseas. At its core, here’s what it involves: ...

Cartagena, Caribbean Jewel...After 20-odd years of rambling around South America, I easily nominate this ancient Colombian seaport as my favorite port of call on the continent.

Cartagena, Caribbean Jewel By JAMES BROOKE     AFTER dining in the courtyard of a colonial mansion, couples at Bodegon de La Candelaria climb narrow stairs for rum drinks in a rooftop cupola. An aging Spanish Republican plays an accordion and sings of the old country, and a Caribbean breeze softly wafts through open windows and over a pensive audience sprawled on worn sofas. Beyond the windows, the roofs of Cartagena are illuminated in a yellowish glow -- church towers pockmarked by cannon balls from pirate ships of long ago, sloping tile roofs of the 18th-century houses of colonial grandees and massive defending walls that once broke the spirit of Britain's Royal Navy. After 20-odd years of rambling around South Am...

International Living Postcards—your daily escape There’s a wealth of choices available to you in Costa Rica: If you’re looking for beach towns, lakeside hideaways or Old-World villages... Caribbean or Pacific coast... rugged mountains or wildlife-filled rainforests... this little country has it all and more. Knowing where to settle down is challenging. But in this June’s issue of International Living, Jason Holland has made it easier, by whittling the choices down to the five most popular expat havens. And to whet your appetite, one of the five is excerpted below. Erica Mills Managing Editor, IL Postcards P.S. Enjoying your subscription to International Living magazine? You could enjoy it more when you join the group of VIPs who get the ...

Where to Find the World’s Best Quality of Life by Eoin Bassett Print  4212 14K     International Living’s Annual Quality of Life Index 2011 Where will you find the world’s best quality of life? Going by numbers alone, the winner is clear: the United States. Statistics don’t tell the whole story, of course. But we’ll start by letting the numbers have their say. The U.S. has the biggest economy in the world and—when compared to the 191 other countries in our survey, earns the highest marks for infrastructure. It scores respectably across the rest of our nine categories as well—cost ...

Can I Retire Early? Not Only That, But Should I Retire Early? Planning for Retirement...www.iLoveLatins.com

Can I Retire Early? Not Only That, But Should I Retire Early? by Suzan Haskins Print  42 756     In 1989, my father accepted an early retirement package from Ma Bell, and in 1990 he retired…at age 52. He had worked his entire life (I was born when he was just 18) and he loved his leisurely retirement years. Unfortunately, he died when he was 64 – when most people officially reach retirement age. Our family was distraught, of course, but we were grateful that he’d had the chance to retire early. And each of us made a vow to do what our father had done…to live life to the fullest extent and to retire as soon as possible. Most of us would like to ret...

The Savvy Traveler’s Corner  Panama’s Best Beaches By Jessica Ramesch Bocas del Toro is one of Panama’s most beautiful regions. © Vilainecrevette/Dreamstime Coconuts and limes…briny breezes and salty skin…a translucent sea… This is Bocas del Toro, Panama. The risks of buying untitled property here keep me from recommending Bocas as a full-time retirement destination. But the fact remains that it continues to beckon to people from all over the globe with the brilliant, blinding beauty of its beaches. The drive to the launch point of Almirante can be spectacular (Bocas del Toro is a province and, within that, an archipelago). But I suggest flying to maximize your time in paradise. Panama’s domestic airline, A...

Feel Younger, Live Longer: The World’s Healthiest Places to Live  International Living Print  669 16.4K     By the Staff of International Living The first ever health issue of International Livinghas just been released. In the June issue, we tell you the best places to go to lower your blood pressure…live longer…save thousands of dollars on orthopedic surgery…and lots more. We investigate an area of Costa Rica where a surprising number of people live to be 100. In fact, scientists drawn to this northwest coastal region have declared it a “Blue Zone”—one of a small number of speci...

From the Desk of Jackie Flynn Publisher, International Living A private invitation... ...to receive International Living for the rest of your life—for FREE But you must respond  I'm sending you this invitation because you may be interested upgrading your International Living subscription and getting International Living delivered to your home for the rest of your life – for FREE! Not only will you save hundreds on your subscription... We'll also give you an additional $1,768 worth of annual benefits available only to our most dedicated readers. If you enjoy reading In...

Your Biggest Tax Questions - Answered

International Living Postcards—your daily escape If the thought of filing and organizing your taxes is enough to bring you out in a cold sweat, Nick Hodges can help. He’s been keeping people out of trouble with the tax man for 30 years as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA)—and he’s the first person we turn to for the real story on taxes for U.S. expats. For the latest Lifetime Society Communiqué, Nick sat down with us to answer your biggest tax questions, some of which are below. Erica Mills Managing Editor, IL Postcards P.S. The Lifetime Society Communiqué is just one of the free perks available to members of an elite group of IL readers. Find out what else membership has to offer here. * * * Your Biggest Tax Questions ...
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