"For more than 80 days," and we are only now hearing about this? What's up with that?
"Since 2012, U.S. citizens who live on the island for at least 183 days a year pay minimal or no taxes, and unlike those living in Singapore or Bermuda, they get to keep their U.S. passports." Living overseas myself, I have no idea what this is supposed to mean as I and other US citizens living overseas can file for an exemption of earned income up to the $90Ks, and we also get to keep our passports.
Except for that unfortunate paragraph, this is an informative and important article about what is going on in Puerto Rico.