I'm a big fan of Kathleen Peddicord's website, Live and Invest Overseas. I get her Overseas Opportunity Letter, and look forward to it hitting my inbox every day. I even subscribe to her Overseas Retirement Letter. Most of the time, I think she and her writers are completely on target. Once in a … [Read more...] about Enough to Make Anyone Sick
On June 10, EFAM published an article titled America -- the Grim Truth. And grim it was indeed! "Americans, I have some bad news for you," the article starts. "You have the worst quality of life in the developed world – by a wide margin. "If you had any idea of how people really lived in Western … [Read more...] about Americans, I Have Some Bad News for You
Last month, the US Congress passed health care reform legislations and the President signed it. While it doesn't appear it will make much of a difference to US citizens living overseas, Global Post reports that outsourcing of jobs to India will increase because of it. The headline on the April 17 … [Read more...] about US Healthcare Reform Brings Jobs to India
On March 21, the House passed the health care overhaul bill and on March 23, President Obama signed it into law. Nobody really knows how it’s going to impact expats, but preliminary indications are that, unless you earn more than the FEIE (foreign earned income exclusion) annually in US income, it … [Read more...] about How Will the New US Health Care Law Affect Expats?
In the Expat Web group on LinkedIn, a member asked recently, “As an Expat, which countries do you think have the best and worst health care systems?” Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Canada, Malta and France all received positive comments. One poster said Japan’s was “the worst I ever experienced.” … [Read more...] about Which Countries Have the Best Health Care?
More mainstream news coverage about US citizens and Mexican health care. [youtube]7j61NudatnM[/youtube] … [Read more...] about American Expats and Mexican Health Care