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A woman living in Baku, Azerbaijan shares her experiences with racism in Baku. She and her husband live in a regular neighborhood rather than an expat area. She speaks Turkish, which helps her understand Azerbaijani. Knowing what is being yelled at her as she walks down the street has been eye opening.
If you have a US rental property, there are several deductions you can take to reduce your US taxes. You can deduct: Repairs - any improvement that brings your property back to its original state can be deducted. Capital improvements are those that increase the value of your property and those are not deductible. Start-up costs - you can deduct up to $5,000 of the costs you (Read Full Tip)
A retired expat in Kampot, Cambodia enjoys how friendly people are in Kampot. He says that people there worry less and are much more laid back than back home (Argentina). Plus, locals are very respectful of elders.
Expats can help their marriage not just survive, but thrive while living abroad by using compassionate communication. (Read Article)
An expat parent's experiences with St. Mary's International School in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan - from extracurriculars to facilities, parent organizations to pros and cons of attending St. Mary's International School. (Read Report)