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  • Making Money In Thailand - Out With the New and In with the Old

    Making Money In Thailand - Out With the New and In with the Old

    There is one hot thing that all the Thai girls and women seem to be spending loads of Thai baht on these days in Thailand. I know 2 farangs that have set themselves up with a real nice continual stream of income by financing their wives in this type of online business.
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  • Make up to 100,000 baht a Month Profit in Thailand with a Minimal Investment

    Make up to 100,000 baht a Month Profit in Thailand with a Minimal Investment

    A few months ago, I met a foreigner living in Thailand that set up a small business for his wife to run. The initial layout was around 15,000 baht and since then they have been making up to and often time over 100,000 baht a month in profits. The nice thing is that this business is easy to do, cheap to start and it is nearly pure profit. Since they started the business 4 years ago, the Thais are lined up every night in hordes to buy the tasty snack his wife cooks. The farang is doing nothing but smiling and counting the baht they are making!!
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  • Cheap Eating In Thailand - How to Slash Your Food Budget As Much As 70% Or More by Chuck "Charlie" Wilson

    I keep hearing uninformed Western expats living in Thailand talk about spending 20,000 to 30,000 baht or more per month on food. Once I get to talk with them, I figure out where they are going wrong. You farangs do not have eat Mama Noodles from 7-11 every night to keep your food budget budget in the "Cheap Charlie" category range! You can enjoy a plethora of Western food and still keep your budget mice and lean.
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  • An Inexpensive Start Up Business in Thailand That Makes 100,000 to 200,000 baht a month

    Over the last several years I have met a large number of farangs doing one business with their wife that legally on average pulls in 100,000 to 200,000 baht a month with very little investment. Some of the foreigners I know set up a company with this business model, while many more are running it under the radar and have their Thai wife or girlfriend handle the day to day operations. When doing this business without setting up a company and having a work permit, it is extremely important for the...
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  • How to Rent a Room In Bangkok for 1500 Baht ($48.00) a Month by Chuck "Charlie" Wilson

    I keep reading all of these so called "expat experts" all over the internet saying you need to make 100,000 to 150,000 baht a month to live in Bangkok, Thailand. That is a load of buffalo poo! I know one expat with a Thai wife and luk krueng daughter that only has about $500.00 US dollars available to spend every month. His Thai wife does work, but she only makes around 10,000 baht a month at her job. They are making it just fine. Sometimes things are a little tight, but they manage. I know another farang expat that makes 60,000 baht a month as a teacher. His Thai wife makes 15,000 baht a month at her job. He saves around 35,000 baht a month and has been doing so for the last five years. At last count, he had nearly 2 million baht that he has saved tucked away in his Thai bank account far away from Uncle Sam's greedy, dollar grabbing paws!
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  • One Expat Makes $50 to $75 Per Hour Working From His Bangkok Condo

    One Expat Makes $50 to $75 Per Hour Working From His Bangkok Condo

    The other day I had long lunch with an American expat that is enjoying the easy life in the heart of Bangkok working around 15 to 20 hours a week from the comfort of his condo in Thong Lor. He makes $50 to $75 an hour and he sets his own hours. He says he averages over $500 to $800 US dollars a week and has had several high weeks over $1000. Not only are his hours flexible, but he is able to work anywhere that has a decent internet connection. He was telling me about a nice week long beach trip...
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  • Making Money In Thailand - Out With the New and In with the Old
    by Chitown
    There is one hot thing that all the Thai girls and women seem to be spending loads of Thai baht on these days in Thailand. I know 2 farangs that have set themselves up with a real nice continual stream of income by financing their wives in this type of online business.
    ...
    10-28-2012, 02:57 PM
  • Make up to 100,000 baht a Month Profit in Thailand with a Minimal Investment
    by Chitown
    A few months ago, I met a foreigner living in Thailand that set up a small business for his wife to run. The initial layout was around 15,000 baht and since then they have been making up to and often time over 100,000 baht a month in profits. The nice thing is that this business is easy to do, cheap to start and it is nearly pure profit. Since they started the business 4 years ago, the Thais are lined up every night in hordes to buy the tasty snack his wife cooks. The farang is doing nothing but smiling and counting the baht they are making!!
    ...
    10-27-2012, 06:45 PM
  • Cheap Eating In Thailand - How to Slash Your Food Budget As Much As 70% Or More by Chuck "Charlie" Wilson
    by Chitown
    I keep hearing uninformed Western expats living in Thailand talk about spending 20,000 to 30,000 baht or more per month on food. Once I get to talk with them, I figure out where they are going wrong. You farangs do not have eat Mama Noodles from 7-11 every night to keep your food budget budget in the "Cheap Charlie" category range! You can enjoy a plethora of Western food and still keep your budget mice and lean.
    ...
    10-08-2012, 07:10 PM
  • An Inexpensive Start Up Business in Thailand That Makes 100,000 to 200,000 baht a month
    by Chitown
    Over the last several years I have met a large number of farangs doing one business with their wife that legally on average pulls in 100,000 to 200,000 baht a month with very little investment. Some of the foreigners I know set up a company with this business model, while many more are running it under the radar and have their Thai wife or girlfriend handle the day to day operations. When doing this business without setting up a company and having a work permit, it is extremely important for the...
    09-14-2012, 09:54 PM
  • How to Rent a Room In Bangkok for 1500 Baht ($48.00) a Month by Chuck "Charlie" Wilson
    by Chitown
    I keep reading all of these so called "expat experts" all over the internet saying you need to make 100,000 to 150,000 baht a month to live in Bangkok, Thailand. That is a load of buffalo poo! I know one expat with a Thai wife and luk krueng daughter that only has about $500.00 US dollars available to spend every month. His Thai wife does work, but she only makes around 10,000 baht a month at her job. They are making it just fine. Sometimes things are a little tight, but they manage. I know another farang expat that makes 60,000 baht a month as a teacher. His Thai wife makes 15,000 baht a month at her job. He saves around 35,000 baht a month and has been doing so for the last five years. At last count, he had nearly 2 million baht that he has saved tucked away in his Thai bank account far away from Uncle Sam's greedy, dollar grabbing paws!
    ...
    09-14-2012, 09:53 PM
  • One Expat Makes $50 to $75 Per Hour Working From His Bangkok Condo
    by Chitown
    The other day I had long lunch with an American expat that is enjoying the easy life in the heart of Bangkok working around 15 to 20 hours a week from the comfort of his condo in Thong Lor. He makes $50 to $75 an hour and he sets his own hours. He says he averages over $500 to $800 US dollars a week and has had several high weeks over $1000. Not only are his hours flexible, but he is able to work anywhere that has a decent internet connection. He was telling me about a nice week long beach trip...
    09-14-2012, 09:39 PM
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