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A Beginner Lesson on International Taxes

You know how the saying goes… “The on... [MORE]

A Fresh Start in Latin America May be Just What you Need...

Depending on what your favorite news station is,... [MORE]


Visiting or even living in a different country can... [MORE]

Health Insurance Options for Expats in Latin America

It’s easy to find information about affordab... [MORE]

How to Handle Your Health Abroad

Regardless of your age, financial situation, curre... [MORE]

Living in Latin America, As Safe as You Make It

You’d have to be living under a rock to not ... [MORE]

Make Your Vacation Home Earn it's Keep!

With the economy trying to claw its way back to no... [MORE]

Organic Agriculture in Costa Rica

Organic Agriculture in Costa Rica

The catchphrase ‘No Artificial Ingredients’ is commonly seen on the Costa Rica tourism website a... Read More

Packing for Your Life Abroad

All the hard work is done… property purchas... [MORE]

Retirement Realities for Gen X and Y's

If you classify yourself as a ‘young adult&r... [MORE]

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What I Hate About Living on Ecuador

What I Hate About Living on Ecuador's Coast...

Ecuador continues to top the ‘Retire Abroad’ lists, and it’s not without merit. Beautiful land... Read More


What's Drawing Canadians to Costa Rica?

You may be thinking to yourself, “of course Canadians are moving to Costa Rica! They need to get a... Read More

Why Buy in Latin America When Prices Are So Low in North America?

Here at Where International, we love telling you... [MORE]

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We’re taught from an early age to accept that we can’t have everything we want… that we have to share or compromise. Thankfully, now that you’re an adult, and you’re considering a property purchase abroad, these ‘rules’ don’t apply.
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We frequently refer to Costa Rica’s southern Nicoya Peninsula as a ‘hidden gem’. Naturally, those already owning and/or living in this tropical oasis would prefer it stays that way…

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