96% of Readers Polled Say I.R.S. Shouldn’t Have Power to Seize Passports

96% of readers surveyed in an online poll said they disagreed with a new provision in the "Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act," which would allow the State Department to revoke, restrict, refuse to grant, or to deny renewal of the passports of U.S. citizens who the I.R.S. alleges owe back taxes.

Panama: Most Business-Friendly Country in the Americas

Panama is the most business-friendly country for expatriates anywhere in the Americas, a major new study in the International Living November issue reveals. When compiling our Business Index 2011, IL's researchers examined factors such as visa requirements, financing, how easy it is to set up a bank account, local taxes, business expenses, infrastructure and the local business culture in seven business-friendly countries.

Retirees Sail the Caribbean for 8 Years On a $1,000-Per-Month Budget

Gary and Julie discovered that learning how to sail, buying a sailboat, and cruising from island to island isn’t as difficult – or expensive - as they once believed. In fact, they wound up spending eight full years sailing the Caribbean on their own boat, without any major problems, and spent only $1,000 a month to do it.