I kinda forgot about this site existing but glad I came across it again. I have a couple or three questions for the long term ex-pats or native Nicaraguans on the site .
My questions are these:
1. can a Nicaraguan minor open up a bank account on her own. said child is 12 years old.
2. what is the best way to set up a trust fund in Nicaragua for a child who you want to inherit some money for education ( no pay out till 21) in the event of my death
3. What is the best way
Hey my fellow Ex pats ,Friends.
good to see nobody has left this world yet, including meself.
Been on a 4+ years hiatus and just getting back on the right track.
Now counting the days till my FULL retirement comes and I permanently move to Nica.
5 more years, GOD willing,I should be there at the TENDER age of 51.
I hope everyone I'Ve had the pleasure of metting is OK.
Johm Wayne,Cookshow,Little corn tom, Johm, 4.5Frijoles,Jack,catahula fan,bikingo.
Now that Managua has Walmart. Can I pay here For what I want there?
Taken with a Sony A6000 and a 105mm f/2.5 Nikkor lens.
The news was mostly good -- the rafters are old growth canela and still sound. The dry wood termites are in the ceiling framing over the bedroom where pine was used. The rest of the ceiling framing in the two front rooms are aluminum. So, the
Updated 08-29-2014 at 05:59 PM by MizBrown
(Added a picture of my neighbor doing work on his place.)
One of the newbies in the Facebook group, Expats in Nicaragua, gave more bad advice on Amazon and shipping to Nicaragua.
Most of the books they carry can be sent here if your credit card has a Nicaraguan address. Declining to send to a Nicaraguan address when the CC address is in the US is a safety measure on the part of either your bank (most likely) or Amazon or the shipper. It's an extremely sensible restriction. If people who want to use a reshipper and keep the address in the