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    You Can Live And Work In These 15 Countries If You Have A Remote Job

    Go beyond your neighborhood coffee shop. I dare you.

    There's more to remote work than working in your pajamas and making droolworthy lunches. With the right job, you can literally work from anywhere.

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    I know, I know, your home office is supercomfy but if you never leave your desk, you'll miss out on one of the biggest perks of remote work — working poolside from Bali or clocking in from a hip apartment in Barcelona.

    In fact, there are a handful of countries going out of their way to welcome people who have a job (or, in some cases, money in the bank) and are looking for change.

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    I mean, why stay home when you could be clocking in from Bermuda or Iceland? To get you started, Remote.co highlighted countries around the world (including Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean) that are using their beautiful locales to lure people who have the freedom to work from anywhere.

    Just keep in mind that most of these programs require proof of employment (or money in the bank) and have minimum income requirements. And before you book your ticket, make sure to get approval from your company (some organizations have restrictions on where in the world you can work and for how long) and chat with a tax professional to make sure you don't break any US tax rules.

    1. Antigua and Barbuda

    2. Bermuda

    3. Iceland

    4. Aruba

    5. Barbados

    6. Country of Georgia

    7. Cayman Islands

    8. Curaçao

    9. Dubai

    10. Mauritius

    11. Dominica

    12. Estonia

    13. Montserrat

    14. Malta

    15. Madeira

    What do you think? Share where in the world you'd want to work remotely in the comments below.

    And for more stories about work and money, check out the rest of our personal finance posts

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