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Preparing to File your US Expat Tax Return Now = Less Hassle Later! by David McKeegan was published on March 04, 2015
Expat ArticlesArticle Summary: It's the time of the year most US citizens dread--tax time. US expats around the world shudder even more than US residents due to the complicated and oftentimes confusing process of filing US expat taxes. But it doesn't have to be this way! Preparation is the key. (Continue)
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property in Ecuador33 acres, new house, workshop, stable, orchard, gardens, natural spring
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43 Hectares of farm or agricultural land with access to water, electricity, paved roads. Can also be used for Eco-tourism. Property has water pond creek, small house with basic necessities, 100 blooming orange tree, corn field, yuca plants. Rice, green peas and other agricultural products have been harvested. Clear Titile. For info call +1 352 584-8045 or write to Juan G.: glez.juan0@gmail.com Property has cleared title. May sold also in part.
Expat ArticlesArticle Summary: What is the best Ecuador visa to have? How do expats obtain a residency visa in Ecuador? Many expats obtain a retirement visa or investment visa, but there's another visa that will save you time and money. (Continue)
A reader replied on March 04, 2015 13:03 with:
I am applying for a retirement VISA. The requirements seem somewhat confusing. To my understanding, I need a State Police Criminal check and a FBI fingerprint. Is this correct??? Thank you
A reader replied on August 31, 2014 19:08 with:
From experience, I recommend visiting several different cities in Ecuador before even thinking about, making a down payment/registering/signing up for or taking advise from someone living in Ecuador - regarding obtaining a residency visa. These people will ask for a down-payment of $500.00 to do nothing. Because you have already paid for and gotten all the documents needed from your state, and brought them with you to Ecuador. Then you visit a few cities and decide Ecuador (for some reason) may not be for you. You may not get your $500.00 back.
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Spacious rooms, kitchen with pantry, microwave, electric oven and more. Easy access to main road, supermarkets, and highway in a friendly neighborhood.
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