Tag Archives: household expenses

Can One Live in the US for Under $2,000 a Month?

If you can manage the cost of housing, you can live just about anywhere in the world. This is a huge consideration. Continue reading

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Getting a Retirement Visa for an EU Country

Are there any resources you could point me to get specifics on a retirement visa for an EU country? Continue reading

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Mattress types

If you are suffering from back issues, first thing that a doctor will tell you is that you need a good mattress. Continue reading

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Millenial Wants to Create Financial Sustainability

We think that becoming financially independent is one of the best things you can do for yourself and for the world. Continue reading

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How Divorce Cases Between Same-Sex Couples are Handled Today

Is there any difference between same-sex and heterosexual divorce cases? Continue reading

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Financials with a Reader: “I Have ‘X’ Amount of Money. Can I Retire?”

So, I’m curious what the dollar amount of your investments was when you “retired” at 38? Continue reading

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Comparing Comitan, Mexico and San Cristobal, Mexico

Between Comitan and San Cristobal, which is your favorite town? Is it possible to find a fairly inexpensive apartment to rent in Comitan or maybe stay at a hotel for a good long term rate? Continue reading

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A Financial Discussion with a Reader

I am 38 now with a healthy nest egg and income outside of my W2. I have 3 kids from 5 months to age 4. At what point is a safe point to call it quits and focus on family? Continue reading

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I’m Ready to get out of the Rat Race

I’m going to be 61 this year, and I’m ready to hang it up. Continue reading

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Exploring the ExPat Lifestyle in Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende

My original fantasy about Latin America was to escape what I perceived to be excessively high taxation in Canada. Continue reading

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