“Kathleen, I read the Overseas Opportunity Letter every time it’s in my inbox. I was wondering what experts in international legalities can I contact for specifics related to Canadians who want to retire or live overseas as I believe we have some differences from U.S. expats? Who may I contact in Canada to get information for Canadians?
“Thank you for all the information. You all work very hard to get out to everyone considering this as an option in their lives.”
–Leslie T., Canada
All information we provide is as relevant for Canadians as for Americans with one exception, which is taxes. The tax situation is different for Canadians than for Americans. The good news is that it is different in very good ways and much simplified.
“Kathleen, I always enjoy Lee Harrison’s thorough, objective information and comparisons. What he shared about Cuenca and Medellin was perfect. In fact, for us, it is apples and oranges, and WE love both Cuenca and Medellin so much that we are making both places our ‘home.’ We plan to go back and forth between the two, because they really cannot be pitted ‘against’ each other and both have so much to offer. We intend to have the best of both worlds. We just need to find a more direct and shorter flight itinerary between the two cities!
“The conference last week in Medellin was (again) absolutely fantastic. L&IO is the best! Thanks and keep it coming.”
–Andrea M., United States
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