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Live & Work in Spain: The Most Accurate, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Living and Working In Spain Paperback – Dec 16 2008

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Full of advice --Moneywise Magazine --Moneywise Magazine Essential information for anyone considering making the move -- The Times --The Times Essential information for anyone considering making the move -- The Times --The Times

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Guy Hobbs is the author of a comprehensive trio of books on Spain entitled Starting a Business in Spain, Live & Work in Spain and Retiring to Spain. All of these have received excellent reviews and been cited in publications from The Times to The Independent

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book review Jan. 8 2011
By Shari Harris-dunning - Published on
Format: Paperback
Live and Work in Spain. This is a very comprehensive book regarding aspects of living and working in Spain. It is written mostly from the UK/EU perspective, so as an American I had to do a bit more sifting to find relevant information. The only 'critical' comment I would make about the book is that the ink used to print the writing is quite light and it is a bit difficult to read.