Monthly Archives: March 2014

Just how much does Air Conditioning Cost in Mexico?

March 23, 2014 What do chemists think about as they drift off to sleep… Merida’s heat has been building, and lately our upstairs bedroom/solarium has been getting hotter every night.    March in Merida generally kick’s-off the annual HOT season here, … Continue reading

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Monsanto’s Broken Promises and Impacts on Mexico

March 22, 2014 As we troll internet forums across Mexico, interesting topics pop up. Apparently, there is a documentary film making the rounds reporting Monsanto’s adventures in GMO agricultural products and Monsanto’s abusive practices of suing neighboring farmers when Monsanto’s … Continue reading

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Healthy Economic Future Projected for Mexico’s Economy

March 19, 2014 Good economic news continues to roll in for the future of Mexico’s economy. After financial experts’ 2013 broad projections of Mexico as a top choice for personal investing for the next few years, Goldman Sachs and Nomura … Continue reading

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US Economic Recovery on Track to Boost Future Property Values in Expat-Mexico

March 13, 2014 RealtyTrac reported that US foreclosure filings fell 27% year-over-year in February to a new seven-year low. U.S. Foreclosure Activity Decreases to Lowest Level in More Than 7 Years Why should we care? As we described back in … Continue reading

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CURP Information and CURP Helpline

Having issues or questions about CURP ‘s ?   Here’s a useful link. Pasos a seguir para obtener o corregir tu CURP “Para mayor información comunicarse al Centro de Atención y de Servicios RENAPO al teléfono 01 800 911 11 11 … Continue reading

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US IRS Tax Issues for Americans Living and Working in Mexico

It is that time of year again. The time of year when our banks, employers, mutual fund companies send us notices of our income from last year (2013), which allows us to pay our annual tribute to the State and … Continue reading

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