Why You Can’t Move To Costa Rica

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Since our move to Costa Rica, people have been hitting us up wondering how they can do it, too.

They’re curious how they can “make it work.”

In other words, if they don’t have enough savings in place to get up and go for months at a time…

Is there a way for them to make a living here?

Is there a way for them to work?

The short answer to that question is no… but also yes.

Let me explain.

To my knowledge, you can’t just come to Costa Rica and work. The country has done a very good job protecting its jobs for its own citizens. So if you were hoping to come here and get a job slinging drinks at a local bar…

It ain’t happenin’.

Plus, if you even could work here, you’d likely be getting paid far less than you’re used to in a country with a high cost of living. So it would end up being quite hard on you anyway.

Having said that, there is a way around this.

A way for you to not only make a good income so you can sustain a good lifestyle for yourself…

But also a way for you to find more freedom and autonomy for yourself and your family, too.

The good news?

Tomorrow, I’m going to tell you all about it.

Until then, cheers!

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