Andrew discusses cut and dry residency programs then in the interview…An internet based business is easier to manage than a traditional brick and mortar shop as Bob Martin found out when trying to run internet cafe’s in the Philippines. He moved his strategy towards e-bay and started selling everything including shampoo. He now sells e-books to entrepreneurs and may need the services of the Nomad Capitalist, possibly the 7 week Boot Camp. 


Andrew’s Editorial:

3:34 The Philippines

7:17 Malaysia

9:17 Prince Court Medical Center

10:10 MM2H program

12:00 Panama

16:40 Other residency options

18:30 Dominica

19:26 European residencies

21:09 Programs on


Interview: Bob Martin

24:05 How Bob got to the Philippines

25:22 Bob’s big a-ha moment

27:17 The big expat joke

28:31 Why Davao stood out to Bob

30:25 Managing a brick and mortar business from 100 miles away

31:27 Shampoo as a possible overseas business idea?

35:30 Shipping abroad, abroad

36:56 E-books to entrepreneurs

40:15 Does changing environments open up options?

42:20 The offshore business set up 

44:08 How the Foreign Earned Income Exemption can help

45:03 Alleviate problems by learning the local language 

46:40 The SRRV program – Philippine Situational Visa’s


The Lightning Round: 

48:50 One business – uncertain 

49:33 One country – Philippines

50:20 One book – 49 ways to make a living in the Philippines

51:00 One tool – Feedback 


Listener Question:

54:10 Luis asks “What recommendations do you have on a list of the best non FATCA compliant banks?”

54:20 Andrew is well versed in what he calls Financial Imperialism at its finest

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