Remember the time when trust and honor qualified you for a line of credit, rather than the swirling cold complexities of your credit score? I bet you don’t. But in the Third World, that’s still mostly how credit is established, according to James L. Tate at Escape from America Magazine.
If you’re an aspiring expat looking to move or retire to a remote location far away from the current global mess, you’d do well to follow the tips outlined in the article.
And for those of you who are fed up and looking to trade that First World ecomonic headache for a handshake instead, expatriating might just be the relief you need.