Chuck Bolotin is the founder of BestPlacesInTheWorldToRetire.com, which has over 7,000 answers and more than 200 expat stories and interviews contributed by more than 500 experts about retiring, moving, and doing business overseas. In addition to TheStreet, Bolotin's articles have appeared on Next Avenue, Daily Finance, Forbes, Yahoo and MSN.com. He is a frequent lecturer at Eller College of Management, MBA Program, University of Arizona, and Mentor, Arizona Center for Innovation.
It is generally cheaper to live and easier to start a business while living as an expat.
There are areas in Portugal, Mexico and Panama where English is common, and in Belize, the main language is English.
If you'd love to live in Hawaii but can't afford it, check out these four great locations.
It's the people you meet that make expat living a particularly enriching experience.
Expats are paying much less for real estate and many other products because the dollar has gained in strength against the Mexican peso.
Too hot for you in paradise? Try Boquete, Panama.
Expatriates tell us what it's really like to live in Belize.
A survey of expatriates living in Panama, Nicaragua and Belize shows that many found a cheaper cost of living by heading south.
The ability to avoid paying U.S. and foreign income taxes depends on where someone lives and the nature of their work.
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