Stephen: Tourist destinations are offering remote work visas

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If you’re not going into the office, then why not hold your Zoom meetings in more exotic surroundings, like Bermuda, Barbados or the Dominican Republic? That’s the argument a bevy of tropical locales are putting forth in a bid to lure tourists to their areas by offering special amenities.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Barbados created a live-work visa for foreigners that allows them to stay in the Caribbean country tax-free for one year. The Barbados World Stamp, which was first announced in July, costs $2,000 for individuals and $3,000 for families. Bermuda’s live-work certificate program, which also lasts for 12 months, is less expensive, costing $236 and also includes income tax exemptions.

Resorts in tourist hotspots are also trying to lure work-from-home tourists by offering private tutors, onsite schools, sports teams, faster WiFi, and other perks.

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