In the final flagship Lions of Liberty podcast of 2019, Marc is joined by a roundtable of freedom-loving expats – Mikkel Thorup of the Expat Money Show, James Guzman of Borderless and Mike Michelini of Global From Asia. The three of these entrepreneurial ex-patriots – defined as those who live outside their country of origin – dive into the reasons they […]
James Guzman and Jonathan Lockwood are interviewed by Earnest Hancock from Freedom’s Phoenix. We discuss that situation for expats in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato and Mexico as a whole after the news this year of cartel violence.
Mexico is making some big changes to combat the “underground” economy. There are many things in the works but one in particular just hit yesterday, September 26, 2109. If you had a Mexican Paypal account you were probably surprised when early in the morning, without notice, there was a transfer of your entire balance to […]
The following was first published on the WeExpats blog. It is specifically about cars in Mexico but this strategy could work for all expats that need to get their car registered in the US from abroad. WeExpats is an expat insurance company and new affiliate of Borderless, you can learn more about them and get […]
During a recent reddit AMA Tim Ferriss was asked why he chose to leave Silicon Valley and I thought that his answer was very telling. He wrote about the echo chamber that has developed in the area that will not tolerate any opinions outside of their orthodoxy. He doesn’t mention it but I’m sure that the […]
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I’m back in San Miguel de Allende! Sorry I haven’t been putting out any new content in a while. I’m still here! I recorder this short video to let you know what I’ve been up to and what my plans are moving forward. I’m excited for 2017, I hope you will join me!
It’s official, I’m Texan! Even though I’ve loved living in California, I hated paying state income tax, especially since I’ve been traveling and out of the country for most of the year anyways as a digital nomad and can technically live anywhere I want. For the first few years after I quit my corporate job […]
Internations just put the results of their in depth survey of 14,000 expats worldwide. To find out more about why Ecuador, Mexico and Malta were put in the top three positions you can read their explanation here.