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Lifestyle vacation villa rentals in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
So you have decided on a Los Cabos vacation and now need to see what luxury accommodations are best suited for you and your group. There are of course the regular hotels but a private Villa would be something very special. Well, Lifestyles of Los Cabos is here to make that special Villa vacation happen for whatever occasion and size group you may have....
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Military Checkpoint 600 meters ahead
 Road checkpoints in Mexico are a familiar sight, installed in response to the rising cartel presence in the country. They have been put there mostly to look for guns, drugs and evidence of cartel activities and they are nothing to be afraid of. If you are traveling by car in Mexico, expect to see several checkpoints along highways and secondary roads...

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There are a number of ways to ascertain the validity of Mexican Pesos
Just like most other countries, you don't want to get stuck holding the bag on a bad currency note. Knowing how to quickly identify the security features of the Mexican peso can protect you from...
A campaign period cartoon depicting Trump's Wall, just one of the campaign threats looming over the Mexican economy
 Updated November 11, 2016 Here we are, just a couple weeks short of the second anniversary of my first edition of this article. This worldwide currency imbalance began in June of 2014, although...
Mexican Family of 4
Recently I saw a breakdown of the cost for Mexicans to live with the basic needs in Mexico and I wondered how do they do it? How do the majority of people in Mexico live with the cost of living so...
The famous Cabo San Lucas Arch at Land's End
 On November 15, 2016, the state legislature of Baja California Sur approved a plan of  implementation of a $350 peso per person tax on tourists spending more than 24hrs in the state. The...
Currency exchange - changing your dollars to pesos
 Since June of 2014, the pesos has been falling against the dollar, from a long time 12.5:1 exchange rate to crest a 21:1 exchange rate following the US elections in the second week of November...
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Rental income from your Mexican property
Importation and shipping services, serving the Baja peninsula for personal and commercial shipping needs.ACV is not your standard shipping company. As the most user-friendly, professional and...
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 Content Advertising has been the backbone of the BajaInsider from the inception of our online magazine in 2003. Content Advertising provides you the stage to tell the whole story of your...
In the High Desert on the Transpeninsula Highway in Baja
 Whether you’re new to traveling in Baja or you’re a seasoned peninsula road tripper, there are a number of benefits that come along with belonging to a Baja travel club. Discounted Mexican auto...
Cabo Green Power Installation
Here in Baja California, we often have over 300 days of sunshine per year. Can you think of a better place to benefit from solar energy? With all the sunshine on the Baja, you can either reduce your...
SPECIAL OFFER FOR BAJAINSIDER READERS – 25% DISCOUNT ON SCHOOL REGISTRATION FEE
Home school in Los Cabos is sometimes the only choice for a family where the parents are working and the children are not able to participate in a curriculum in Spanish.  If the children are...
Military Checkpoint 600 meters ahead
 Road checkpoints in Mexico are a familiar sight, installed in response to the rising cartel presence in the country. They have been put there mostly to look for guns, drugs and evidence of...
Importing your vehicle into Mexico
 I have updated this article to reflect the changes in importation of cars into Baja California and Baja California Sur, Mexico. It is now required that the vehicle be of a model year at leat 5...
Working in Mexico
 So you would like to work in Mexico as a foreigner. Many people think it is really hard to get permission to work here in Mexico as a foreigner but it has become much easier over the years....
There are a number of ways to ascertain the validity of Mexican Pesos
Just like most other countries, you don't want to get stuck holding the bag on a bad currency note. Knowing how to quickly identify the security features of the Mexican peso can protect you from...
Shipping internationally made easy with ACV
Importing and exporting commercial and personal goods to and from Baja California, Mexico can be rather challenging to say the least. ACV is a logistics service company with offices in San Diego,...
Could it be your dream of a Bed and Breakfast on the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur?
 You hear all kinds of dreams in Baja – but a recurring fantasy is of owning one’s own small hotel with restaurant and bar – perhaps nothing fancy, but with personal service and quality. Many of...
WestCoast Mexico Insurance for all your Mexico Travel and Living Insurance Needs
West Coast Mexico Insurance Services provides Protection & Service you can Rely on in Baja, Mexico. As Experts in the Mexico insurance marketplace we have done our homework to provide our clients...
Currency exchange - changing your dollars to pesos
 Since June of 2014, the pesos has been falling against the dollar, from a long time 12.5:1 exchange rate to crest a 21:1 exchange rate following the US elections in the second week of November...
Mexican Family of 4
Recently I saw a breakdown of the cost for Mexicans to live with the basic needs in Mexico and I wondered how do they do it? How do the majority of people in Mexico live with the cost of living so...
A campaign period cartoon depicting Trump's Wall, just one of the campaign threats looming over the Mexican economy
 Updated November 11, 2016 Here we are, just a couple weeks short of the second anniversary of my first edition of this article. This worldwide currency imbalance began in June of 2014, although...
Lifestyle vacation villa rentals in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
So you have decided on a Los Cabos vacation and now need to see what luxury accommodations are best suited for you and your group. There are of course the regular hotels but a private Villa would be...
Kite Surfing on Scorpion Bay
Punta Pequeña is a family-run Mexican corporation with a boutique hotel (Scorpion Bay Hotel) and approximately 40 acres of land in San Juanico, Baja CaliforniaSur, Mexico—home to the world famous...
The famous Cabo San Lucas Arch at Land's End
 On November 15, 2016, the state legislature of Baja California Sur approved a plan of  implementation of a $350 peso per person tax on tourists spending more than 24hrs in the state. The...
Aduana Mexico inspection point
Mexico revised many of its importation rules in 2014 and some of them can be a shocker when you cross the border. Most personal import items are subject to 16% IVA, but tobaccos and alcohols can...
1992 Gulf Craft 38' This boat is in excellent condition, owned by the boatyard. It has twin Volvo Penta 6 cyl diesels.$76,000USD
The Sea of Cortez is one of the great winter cruising grounds in North America and Bercovich Boat Works has the sailboat and power boat opportunities to get you out on the water for less.Fall brings...
Manufacturing in Baja California
Here are some quick economic facts about the Baja California peninsula. made up of two Mexican states, Baja California and Baja California Sur.In Baja California the cities of Mexicali, Tijuana and...
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 The Baja California peninsula is home to more than 600,000 North Americans and is visited annually by millions people from around the world. The BajaInsider.com provides an effective media...
Tax laws in Mexico
I was researching for my own personal tax and company financial needs the other day and I came across a very informative site on financial planning for those with "cross-border" needs. Well, as I...
Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía
INEGI – Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía / National Institute of Statistics and Geography INEGI is the Mexican government office in charge of statistics concerning populations,...
Mexican Currency is the Peso
Brightly colored and adorned with strange faces, we used to call it 'Monoploy Money' when ours was just plain green. North Americans can avoid getting short changed and over paying by becoming...
The struggling Shoppes at La Paz are the most recent contribution to upscale shopping in La Paz
Discovering La Paz as a wonderful place to call home more than 13 years ago this month I wanted to take another look back at the changes and provides the tips on living in Baja California Sur. With...
Accessing information online
These are just some of the major Mexican Federal government web sites that are available to the public. In most of the official web sites generally they list the respective offices for Baja...
Mexican immigration temporary resident card
Temporay Resident Cards (Residente Temporal)If you are planning on living or staying in Mexico for extended periods of more than 6 months and less than 4 years the Permananet Resident Card is what...
A young middle class Mexican couple
I have always been a people watcher. I love to study human behavior. Understanding and learning about different cultures, what they have in common and most importantly, their differences have always...
Notaries vs Notarios
When you are told the Mexican Notario Publico will charge $3,000 dollars to make you the beneficiary of a trust on a Mexican beachfront condo, you certainly know things are different in Mexico. This...
Tax Law Chaanges
How FATCA and FBAR is affecting U.S. Expats…yes only Americans (as in U.S. Citizens living abroad) need to read this..There are some newly enforced banking and tax laws that are affecting United...
Counting your money
Whether a property owner or just the occasional visitor on a beautiful beach in Mexico, everyone pays taxes, natives and foreigners. Some of the taxes are hidden and others are not. The purpose of...
MedEvac for your safe travel abroad
So you are traveling away from home and the unthinkable happens...you have an accident and require serious medical attention. What do you do? Travel MedEvac would be there to help if only you had...
An official document
A Factura is the legal receipt given for goods and services in Mexico that can be used for business expenses or for deductions in Mexico businesses. The receipts you receive from most vendors are not...
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