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GALLITO (ga-ʝi-to)Most Costa Ricans have a thing for diminutives and, you probably know this by now, right? And chances are some of these words have already been incorporated into your Spanish language arsenal. Words like “momentito” (jiffy), or the much used “toquecito” (jiffy),  chiquito/a (little boy/girl), and/or

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NANDAYURE (nan-ða ʝu'-re)Being born and raised Costa Rican, my first Geography memories date back to elementary school, where our first Social Studies lessons would inevitably be linked to the country's administrative division into provinces, cantons, and districts.And then, I first learned about Guanacaste, its people, traditions,

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Global Income Law taxes the taxpayer based on their residence and not on the place where the income-producing business is located. This allows the system to tax profits obtained in a more or less comprehensive way. It should be noted that this law has been under study

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Moving to another city can be a challenge since the factors that will influence the final choice must be carefully weighed. But what if you want to move to another country? Maybe Costa Rica? The decision becomes a bit more complicated when there is a

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