Swimming pigs on Big Major Cay, an island located in the Bahamas, have become a popular tourist attraction in the faraway region known as the Exumas. That peculiar fact alone was enough to grab the attention of sailing enthusiasts, Jeff and Bev, prompting them to check out the bathing beauties for themselves.Read More
Flag Theory is a tactical framework, a process for Perpetual Travellers achieved by planting flags in different countries. Each flag represents a specific element of life: personal, financial, or business. Anyone wishing to pursue an international perspective can properly utilize the flag theory to increase his or her freedom, privacy, and wealth.Read More
What does “Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act" have in common with American passports? Stipulations passed by US Congress means the IRS can now impact the denial, renewal, or attaining of a US passport, and it's all hidden within the F.A.S.T. Act. Rebecca Murphy reports.Read More
Although we’re proud to be American, and most of us will never leave, some of us cannot bear the threats to our ideology and principles and the hatred of the left for people who have succeeded. Meanwhile, Kelly @ Self-Reliance Central details why some US Citizens remain worried that the whole great edifice might just come crashing down.Read More
Is Santa an international tax dodger?
This year, it may not matter whether you were naughty or nice. Finland’s Santa Claus Office, a place where visitors and children alike come from all over the world to visit the beloved jolly St. Nick, has gone belly-up due to unpaid taxes.Read More
Concerns over immigration motivated voters - Relations with the EU may come under severe strain after the recent elections explains Swiss businessman Claudio Grass.
The 6 basic flags, or guides, to living the life of a Perpetual Traveller.Read More
The past 20 years has been a long journey. I have been around the world standing on the wing of a jet; my eco-sensitive desires destroyed by my carbon footprint.Read More
Sounds like a sexy high-risk international crime, but really just means that when there are two prices for one thing a clever person with adequate transportation can create a little money making loop. Bianca Fernet gives us a good look into the blue dollar/black market in Argentina.Read More
A closer look at citizenship by investment programmes in The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, The Commonwealth of Dominica, and Grenada.Read More
We quit our jobs, sold our stuff and moved To a Tropical paradise. That’s what we’d all love to do, wouldn’t we?Read More
“Are you a PT?” asks the border guard, thumbing through all the entry stamps and residence visas from countries he has never heard of in your passport. If you are, then you know the correct answer without blinking: “a what, sir?”Read More