Setting Up Your Own Business in Paris is Easy

Setting Up Your Own Business in Paris is Easy

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January 5, 2017

I first discovered Paris while studying in London. One weekend spent exploring the city of light and I was smitten. Whenever an occasion arose, I would return, to walk the streets that spoke of history, to sit in the charming cafes and watch the passing of time, in this, the most beautiful city in the world. Yes, I dreamed to live there. One day.

Urgent: Claim Thousands of Extra Dollars in Retirement Income

Urgent: Claim Thousands of Extra Dollars in Retirement Income

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January 4, 2017

Did you know there is a little-known and legal strategy that can let you make tens of thousands more dollars in Social Security? This strategy, which most U.S. citizens don't know about, can dramatically increase your retirement income, letting you live a far more comfortable retirement at home or abroad.

Spanish Tapas, Flamenco Dancing…and an Easy Income

Spanish Tapas, Flamenco Dancing…and an Easy Income

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January 3, 2017

Stomping my feet as hard as I could, I twirled around in a frenzy, flailing my arms and yelling before coming to a standstill next to the dark haired woman in front of me. "Bien." She clapped her hands once and then left the room. I smiled as the guitar player and other students picked up water bottles and wiped down their foreheads with small towels. I was in Seville, Spain, and having the time of my life learning to dance flamenco.

Build a Portable Career that Allows You to Live Anywhere

Build a Portable Career that Allows You to Live Anywhere

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January 3, 2017

Six weeks ago, I left my luxurious, sea-view condo in Costa Rica (my second home) to return to my first home—Malta, a Mediterranean island, surrounded by turquoise waters. Relaxing with a glass of champagne in First Class on the way over to London, I knew I was going to miss the long, sandy beaches, stunning sunsets each night after playing beach volleyball, and the amazing wildlife and postcard-perfect scenery.

San Ramon, Costa Rica: A Perfect Retirement

San Ramon, Costa Rica: A Perfect Retirement

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January 3, 2017

It wasn’t the practical reasons, like lower cost of living, great—and cheap—medical care, and friendly people, that convinced Dave Scott to move to San Ramón, a town on the western edge of Costa Rica’s Central Valley region. Though the country has all those advantages and more, and while those were factors in the decision, it was something else that drew him. “It was like an invisible string around my neck pulling me here,” says Dave. “It’s more of a heart thing than a head thing. It’s hard to explain. It was just the feeling I had.”