Category Archives: Living in Mexico – Posts

Update on US Customs Law on Permanently Importing Cars to Mexico

May 5, 2014 ~ Update on US CBP Car Export Requirements ~ In the arcane world of US government law and even more dense regulations, some laws and rules go un-noticed and un-enforced for years. There is a glaring example … Continue reading

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Income Tax Liabilities in Mexico

Full Article at: “Income Tax Liabilities in Mexico” Expats’ tax liabilities for work performed in Mexico comes up over and over on forums across the web. The situation becomes even more interesting if they live here full-time, doing on-line work … Continue reading

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The Way Things Work vs How They Really Work (Well) (the post)

See Full Article at: “The Way Things Work vs How They Really Work (Well)” Expat forums and expat websites are funny things. or Be careful offering even seemingly innocuous reports of what laws the Mexican Government has changed, and official … Continue reading

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Quirks of Fate in Learning Foreign Languages: ……………… Brain Development Effects

See Full Article at: “Quirks of Fate in Learning Foreign Languages: Article on Brain Development Effects” There’s a dandy article on ex-pats varying abilities and interests in learning Spanish at Marc Olson’s blog: Language Learning: Why Bother? Marc was a … Continue reading

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MXN Peso vs. US Dollar or “Saving 19 Cents on a $1000 Debt”

Read the full article at: MXN Peso vs. US Dollar or “Saving 19 Cents on a $1000 Debt Abstract: People around the Web have recently asked about the effects of inflation on life here in Mexico, along with the effects … Continue reading

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Eat Like a Local: Merida and Yucatan Food & Restaurants

How about a new topic listing some of the local expats fun places to eat like a local. I think it would be more reliable and honest if we limited it to peoples’ personal experiences, so it’s not just some … Continue reading

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Dia de Los Muertos (partly explained)

Around the the world, there are cults and ceremonies for the dead that include elaborate funeral practices, ranging from spending $1,000’s to permanently preserve bodies that will be viewed, spoken-to, and prayed-over for just a few days with large stone … Continue reading

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