I believe so, but it's been a while since I read about this "requirement" and I don't have any current info one way or the other.Is it always the case that they want to see 2 years, or only because I'm using savings / a bank fund rather than salary / a fixed source of income?
Hopefully, they won't ask you to have enough funds in the trust to make two years of distributions. At the current rate of $30,000 pesos/$700 USD pesos per month you would only need a little over $16,000 USD in the trust fund if they do.
It doesn't work that way. The visa rentista is granted on the basis of stale/uninterruptible foreign income. You can't just come to Argentina and start a business without getting an investor visa...and that would require a much greater investment than the 40K USD that you have.if I started a business and the business was making $2k+ / month, around how many months would it have to continue making that amount in order for me to be able to use that for the Rentisa visa?