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Amelia and JP VLOG 137: We both work remotely online from Ecuador for companies back in the United States so we get a lot of questions about what we do for a living and how we fund our life abroad.

While it is possible to earn income from a job in another country, there are other options that may allow you to earn more money working fewer hours. Plus, you can start before you leave home so you minimize your risk of moving abroad and ensure a smooth landing in your new expat destination.

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24 thoughts on “Work Remotely Online from Anywhere: How to Make Money Living Abroad (& Start BEFORE You Leave Home) make money online outside us”

  1. Thanks for all your videos. I'm also having problems with the cost of living in the US. I visited Ecuador 3 years ago (along with Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina) and really liked it, so I'm seriously considering moving there, maybe for a year and also attending a spanish school in Quito. I'm wondering if I can do some programming or math modelling remotely. I know Fortran, C++, Matlab, and some python programming.

  2. I found your site by accident ,and boy am I ever glad. Didn't even think of Ecuador as a place to move to until I started watching your vlogs. I'm going to start the process rolling of moving there now.
    I even have some friends that are interested after watching some of your Youtube videos that I shared with them.

  3. Perhaps others have already chimed in regarding opportunities for working abroad, but I am thinking a handyman, someone who knows refrigeration for example might have lots of work there. Or, a technical resource helping folks get online and being the IT guy of choice for break/fix for laptops, phones or maybe even someone to set up your new TV and surround sound.

  4. One thing I wonder about…since, in the U.S. they want to start taxing capital gains at over 40%, is if I move to Ecuador and then cash out some of my stocks…then I do or don't have to pay u.s. taxes on it?

  5. Hi Amelia And JP, Great stuff here. I traveled the world as a US sailor for 20 years, now I'm working in the US heartland and getting close to retirement. I would love to retire abroad but having another income wouldn't hurt. I've always wondered how to be a travel writer as traveling was my passion. To get started though I've been wondering how to go about making money off of writing about my "escapades of a curious sailor". I've traveled much more than the average Joe to places as far flung as Iceland through the Caribbean to Panama, around Europe and even into some of the Middle East. Always looked around and had fun. My brother has always listened to my stories and told me I should write them down somewhere for posterity. Any ideas to help me steer my currently rudder-less ship would be so fantastic and appreciated… Meanwhile I'll enjoy some more of your great videos!

  6. Hi Amelia and JP, this is your 4th video I've watched, and it's funny, because I've watched from newest to oldest so far (with this video being the oldest of yours I've seen). I've noticed Amelia seems much more comfortable in front of the camera now than in 2019 🙂

    My wife and I are planning to retire where we become expats in the next 4 years, so for us, even if we took a lower paying position, it would be more for something to do and not for living off of.

    So these are really good ideas, thank you for them. We have another country as our number one choice to retire so far, but I'm liking the idea of Ecuador the more I learn.

    Thank you both for all of your hard work in putting these videos together, you are helping many people make the choice of being able to retire comfortably much more attainable.

  7. I’m a retired bilingual teacher. Very talented in translation. I was contemplating teaching Spanish to Expats. I am really interested on living in Ecuador. Could you give me some feedback on my idea?

  8. I'd recommend to do digital marketing, PPC and Landing pages for online sales and leads. That's what I do for a living and will keep doing when I move to Cuenca. Nice video guys. All the best. I'm also web developer with 15 years of experience. I manage online marketing for many business in the us

  9. I would think that an entrepeneur would be subject to the same barriers as an hourly worker there: the low amount of money that people are able and willing to part with for services.

  10. I work remotely for a US company. I would like to one day work remotely abroad. Do you have any advice on how to talk about this to my employer? Is it difficult to get approval from your approval to work abroad?

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