It’s not marketing hype. It’s true…
You really can reduce your cost of living, increase your quality of life, and maybe even cut your tax bill by moving overseas.
And here’s the thing… a point that I’m not sure we make often enough:
You don’t need to be retired to take advantage of these big-time benefits of living abroad.
Which means that you don’t need to keep counting down to a time when you could think about making a move like this.
You could begin enjoying your life… every day of it… right now.
Making a move to a new country sooner rather than later (whenever later turns out to be… maybe years down the road) means, I understand, that you may need or want to continue earning an income.
No problem… because here’s the other thing…
It’s easier today than it’s ever been to earn an income anywhere in the world.
In today’s world you base yourself where you want to be… and, once there, you can work if you want or need to… but you’re working on your own terms.
You’re an entrepreneur abroad… and that is nothing like being a 9-to-5er.
This reality of our age is due in large part to the internet, of course, but there’s more to it than that.
We North Americans are, by and large, both entrepreneurial and hard-working. We come of age in mature business markets, where most demand niches have been met. We know what works and the best way to make something work… based on long firsthand experience operating in a very sophisticated and competitive commercial arena.
Countries looking to develop their economies are aware of these facts, and they’re putting incentives and special programs in place to attract workers, investors, and entrepreneurs like us.
The Dominican Republic, for example, offers any start-up in that country full tax exemptions for up to 15 years.
Open that Caribbean beach bar you’ve long daydreamed about on the white-sand shores of this island, and you won’t have to worry about income, corporate, municipal, or property taxes… and you’ll get waivers for VAT and import/export duties.
That’s remarkable, right?
In Panama, the economy is going strong, but the talent pool is lacking. The solution?
Several years ago, Panama decided to make it easy for North Americans and Europeans, among others, to get a work permit with their residency visa… with no age, education, or capital restrictions.
This is how international companies from Dell, Estée Lauder, and Nike to Procter & Gamble, Caterpillar, Live and Invest Overseas, and many dozens of others have been able to find and hire the educated, English-speaking labor forces they need to keep their Panama City bases of operation fully staffed.
Panama’s outside-the-box, non-at-all-typical-of-government’s-usual-response approach is a win-win-win for foreign investors, Panama’s more-global-all-the-time labor force, and the Panamanian economy.
Indeed, no matter your business agenda, age, or background, the opportunities awaiting you overseas can be enormous. You could make a killing filling a market niche… or you could work a few hours a week at a side hustle to meet expenses.
The key is identifying the market that best fits your income interests, your experience, and your circumstances. Some countries offer serious incentives and support, while others, frankly, do everything they can to keep foreign investors and labor out.
Which countries and markets should be on your short list? And what services and businesses could be the key to your cash-flow and profit success overseas?
We’ll discuss it all at my Make Money Overseas Event.
Over our three days together later this year, my team and I will walk you through:
- The 10 best and most lucrative ways to earn money overseas
Your academic background doesn’t matter, and, in many cases, you don’t even need experience. Your top options for making money overseas range from launching a new franchise to working as little as 4 or 5 hours a week from your laptop…
- Everything you need to consider when choosing a market or base of operations
Key locations offer significant tax benefits and infrastructure for internet-based ventures, while others work to attract brick-and-mortar operations. Either way, you need to understand the available pools of talent and the local labor laws… we have you covered…
- How to set up your business administratively
What’s the best way to structure your business overseas? What methods offer superior liability insulation and tax savings? We’ll discuss the most effective strategies…
- The best “passive” entrepreneurial opportunities
You can still live a retired life as a business owner. This is the dream scenario for many. We’ll show you how to be retired in the destination of your dreams while enjoying a reliable monthly paycheck…
- The places that offer easy permanent residency options for business owners and investors
Many countries are actively competing to gain the attention of North American entrepreneurs with expedited permanent residency and even citizenship programs. We’ll look closely at the places that you should pay attention to… as well as the ones to avoid…
Plus:Learn about day trading, importing and exporting, how to be a “digital nomad,” how to become a franchise owner for everything from retail to fast-food restaurants, and much, much more…
My Make Money Overseas Event will take place Nov. 2–4 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Being in the room with our team of entrepreneurs, expats, and business experts from around the world for these three days will save you an awful lot of time, money, frustration, and hassle.
If a program like this one had been available when I took off 20 years ago, laptop over my shoulder, to chase my own live and invest overseas dreams… I would have been the first in line to register.
Way back then, nothing like this existed.
That’s why we’ve worked for the past two years to put together the program we’re calling our Make Money Overseas Event.
Real opportunity exists overseas for anyone interested in capitalizing on their own talent and know-how. You could build a business empire… or you could spend an hour a day writing a blog…
Whatever your agenda, we have the information and support network you need to succeed.