Best countries too live on 40k a year

So in America 40k is survival mode, especially if you have to rent.

I make 40k a year in passive income from the stock market; but I plan to fly to America and work as a truck driver for 4-6 months at a time to pad my income.

Im thinking of spending about 150k on a property in another country. I know it's a better idea to rent; but I don't want to be moving every 6 months.

It's nice to have a permanent home.

My short list is south Brazil, phillippines, Thailand, Argentina, serbia, Colombia nd MonteBlack (haven't really explored the Balkans) but I will be taking the winters off.

I plan to start a family in my newly adopted country with the locals. What are the best countries where I won't get fricked being divorced or abandoning my new family?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Where do you actually want to live? What do you want to do? What kind of people do you want to be around? Answer these questions first because you can do any of this anywhere besides maybe the rich parts of Europe, or somewhere that you can't get a passport (anywhere is possible with marriage, though)
    >divorce/child support laws
    It's more about anonymity than laws or culture. Just be hard to find, and they won't find you.
    >bait
    40k is literally enough for a four person family in some parts of the states, delusional

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Colombia has fairly modern divorce laws but I suspect you could afford four ex-wives for the price of one in America. You could also fight it easily, it’s a really corrupt country, single motherhood is normalized, divorce is still somewhat stigmatized, and the lawyers are cheap. If you skipped the country she would have no way of coming after you, registering foreign judgments is outside of the scope of what anyone who would divorce rape you would be able to afford.

    It is dangerous and somewhat polluted in the major cities. Find second tier cities with low crime rates if you’re looking for a quiet life. I wouldn’t suggest the long distance thing. Colombian women (contrary to the stereotype) can be really loyal, especially if you’re white, reasonably good looking, kind, and a provider - but from personal experience it’s difficult. Colombian women will treat you like a king, and if you’re not careful you’ll have straying thoughts when you’re back home. That’s what happened to me, anyways. If you have any experience in logistics, you could probably do well for yourself down there.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I don't think I would do well in logistics down there?

      Logistics is a low end job... Buy trucks, find drivers, make basic repairs.

      I'm just a truck driver. I have met some people who got their own authority in USA and had some contracts, but most people don't make it past the load board.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Is there anyway I can ask the janny to start banning people that are talking about leaving the US? It’s starting to make me really angry

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >people
      BRICS bots are not people

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Why would you need to spend $150,000 to get a place of your own? Guy next to me on the plane to PH had his house in Mindanao custom-built for $35K. I joked, "of course at that price it wouldn't have granite countertops", and he replied "acshually it does". Got acreage as well. A loyal Filipina wife. Tons of local connections. That was his final flight, leaving America behind.
      Getting legal permission to colonize a piece of land can be a stressful PITA. That's the reason most foreigners prefer to rent.
      >it's nice to have a permanent home
      IDK, longest I've lived in one place while working was seven months and that was entirely too damn much for me.
      Longest I've stayed in one city without working was 26 days. Malacca, Malaysia. Lovely place, but I got burned out on its appeal.

      pray tell, what makes you angry?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL AAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Point and laugh at this roastie, gentlemen.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You can fast-track residency in brazil with a wife or just invest 100k in a business.

    There are prenups and they are enforced, but you will have to pay alimony to the wife and kids until they are at least 18 y/o (more if the kids go to college). Brazil has an agreement with the U.S. for enforcement of alimony payments. There is jurisprudence for civil liability for abandoning your children.
    150k won't get you too far at a nice neighborhood in a big city.
    It's not SEA

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Since they mostly abolished cheap golden visas in the EU I'd go with the phillippines
    >serbia
    you might as well look at kosovo, it's cheaper and full with western Albanian diaspora anyway. Or Bulgaria. Yes, both is also full of scammers though and you shouldn't rely on locals.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Kosovo and Albania are both out

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You could live comfortably in a beachfront apartment in a good part of Rio de Janeiro with that money, rent would be $1000 a month.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah. I know I saw a 300k apartment, 900 sq ft on Ibigigo beach ( or whatever it's called).

      From other posts I was looking at florianopolis. It seems nicer and cheaper

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Togo or Benin

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >stock market
    >passive income

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