Costa Rica is the poster child for progressive change. Here are five reasons why it rocks for its people, the environment, and its animals.
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Seeking an extreme holiday? Here are the top 5 places to get your blood flowing.
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Where to Spend your Next Adrenaline Junkie Holiday
Quito is waiting in the wings of its more famous music city counterparts. The city has everything from festivals and theaters to unique galleries and music venues that provide for the full depth of musical [...]
For surfers and beachcombers Costa Rica is made up of endless white, gold, and black sand beaches with plenty of rocky points, river mouths, reefs, and islands creating an overabundance of surf hot spots; [...]
Despite the need for some remodeling and upgrading, Costa Rica’s health outcomes are well above their neighboring Central American countries and are right up there with our statistics in the U.S. Is [...]
Go backpacking on the cheap in Central and South America; here are the top 10 places to go without spending all your cash.
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Costa Rica is becoming very connected, especially with the addition of flights from New Jersey, Florida, New York, and Mexico all with new routes to get to San José.
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Eight times more individuals renounced U.S. citizenship in 2011 than in 2008; is this a new trend or part of a bigger plan some are using to avoid the long-reaching arm of the U.S. government?
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Over the past decade, only several thousand individuals have told the IRS about their offshore accounts. NPR teamed up with a Belizean offshore company to find out more about those who do report to the [...]
Many Americans living abroad feel they no longer have U.S.-sourced income and therefore they no longer have to file expat tax returns. Unfortunately, this is not the case.
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There are some remedies designed to offset double taxation for U.S. citizens who find themselves being taxed by the country they live in and the United States. Don’t worry; there are a few strategies [...]
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega moved closer to indefinite re-election Tuesday after his allies in the National Assembly approved constitutional changes that opponents say are designed to keep the Sandinista [...]
Elections in Honduras are over, but in a country notorious for its corruption alongside stark economic inequality and extremely fragile democratic institutions, can it survive?
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The International Court of Justice gave Nicaragua two weeks to remove all equipment and personnel from the disputed Isla Calero, or Isla Portillos, near the Caribbean coast.
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