Open a Beach Bar in Belize

Open a Beach Bar in Belize

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January 23, 2017

Tired of the risks and weary of working for someone else, Craig dreamed of opening his own beach bar. "I was sick of jumping out of bed each day to an alarm clock and fighting the crazy traffic. And each year, when the weather began to turn in the fall, I found myself wishing for the warmth of a tropical climate," Craig says...

$7,000 a Month With This Online Income Opportunity

$7,000 a Month With This Online Income Opportunity

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January 21, 2017

I discovered the potential of ecommerce 14 years ago when I started my online maternity store...from my kitchen table. At the time, I was searching for a business that offered me the freedom to work from anywhere and the flexibility I needed to care for my young children after my husband was diagnosed with cancer. I found it in ecommerce. In its first month, my first site brought in $7,000. I was ecstatic. And it grew from there. I turned my online business into a multi-million-dollar business in a short amount of time.

Living and Working on a Farm in Nicaragua

Living and Working on a Farm in Nicaragua

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January 12, 2017

For Janice and John-Marc Gallagher (ages 52 and 58) the opportunity was too good to pass up. They had moved to Granada, Nicaragua, in 2003 after spending almost seven years in Costa Rica. "We had fallen in love with Granada many years before," Janice says. "So we moved there after we sold our business in Tamarindo." And then life took a turn.

Business Opportunities for Expats Overseas

Business Opportunities for Expats Overseas

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January 8, 2017

Once you’re in a new place, entrepreneurial expats report, it’s not hard to spot niches or gaps in the market that you’re perfectly suited to fill. You may end up making money in a way you’d never have predicted back home. To prove that point, we’ve collected the stories below from expats abroad who happily fund “the good life” through ventures they discovered—or created—overseas.

Your Own B&B in Costa Rica

Your Own B&B in Costa Rica

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January 7, 2017

Scott Dinsmore, 47, and David Russell, 52, keep busy running their Spanish colonial-style boutique hotel, El Castillo, on Costa Rica's southern Pacific coast. It sits 600 feet above the beach in the jungle-clad mountains that rise sharply from the deep blue waters. But they never forget to enjoy the natural beauty of their adopted home...

Starting Your Own Business in Costa Rica

Starting Your Own Business in Costa Rica

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January 6, 2017

You wake up early for work. But you’re not slapping at the alarm clock in disgust, then rushing out the door for a long commute. You want to get up...you’re looking forward to the day. You get to enjoy that first cup of coffee as the rising sun makes the Pacific glitter...watch wildlife—toucans, parrots, even monkeys—make their morning rounds in the trees...and bask in praise from departing guests...

This Couple Chased Their Dream to Panama

This Couple Chased Their Dream to Panama

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January 2, 2017

People come to live in Panama for lots of reasons. It’s one of the world’s best destinations for retirees, and if you’re keen on running your own business, it’s got much to offer. But if your dream is to establish a winery, then most folks will tell you to look elsewhere. David Feinstein and Kersti Landeck are not most folks.