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Puerto Rico Investment Incentives

By David Hammond

Puerto Rico is a natural paradise with palm trees and long sand beaches on the Caribbean Sea.

Unfortunately, Puerto Rico’s economy is in dire shape.

In order to recover, the US territory needs an infusion of investment and talent.

Twirling fire on a rope stretched across an intersection for tips

By David Hammond 
Twirling fire at an intersection in MedellĂ­n, Colombia | Image by David Hammond
If you're a street performer, a red light at an intersection can create a captive audience.

However, performing for stopped drivers at an intersection is different than entertaining pedestrians on a sidewalk.

Earn from anywhere with Amazon sales - an interview with Russell Freeman

By David Hammond 
Russell Freeman
The 2007 housing market crash and credit crisis turned Russell Freeman’s financial world upside down—just as he approached retirement.

But you’d never guess it seeing him today—living a comfortable life with time to socialize and enjoy his passions: food and photography.

To turn things back in his favor, Russell implemented a two-prong plan.

1. He retired abroad to satisfy a high quality of life for less money.

2. He became a seller on Amazon, a business he can manage from anywhere with an Internet connection.

How to set up a US company for global online trade from almost anyplace in the world

By David Hammond
Patrick Collison, Stripe CEO (right)
John Collison, Stripe Co-founder (left)
image courtesy of Stripe
In February 2016, Patrick and John Collison, the co-founders of the online payment provider, Sripe, unveiled a new business offering called Stripe Atlas.

Stripe Atlas is a service suite that simplifies the process of setting up a US company optimized for global online trade and is available to entrepreneurs outside the US.

Since making Atlas available, thousands of entrepreneurs from more than 124 countries have successfully set up a US company complete with a US bank account, for just 500 US dollars, in a matter of days, and without having to visit the US.

U.S. golf course expert finds work-life balance in South America

By David Hammond
The Gran Torre Santiago is the tallest building in Latin America
Image by David Hammond
Randal Thompson, an expat from Texas, lives in the suburban La Dehesa neighborhood of Santiago, Chile.

He first came to South America in 1991 for a job and stayed for the lifestyle.