Comfortable retirement. That’s an oxymoron for anyone living in the U.S., Canada, or Europe these days.
If that’s you, listen up: there’s a tiny little country where all your retirement dreams can come true: Panama.
And Panama wants YOU!
That’s right. Tiny little Panama… the squiggle of a country that connects two continents and earns billions of dollars every year from that little revenue stream known as the Panama Canal… would love for you to retire to one of its many appealing locales. Beaches, mountains, farmland, rainforest, and one heck of a cosmopolitan Latin-influenced city—Panama has it all.
With its top-rated, world-class pensionado program, in fact, Panama has thrown out the red carpet for foreign retirees.
As a Panama pensionado, you can bring your household goods into the country duty-free—including your car—and get tremendous discounts on everything from utility bills to medical bills, and on airfares, restaurants, entertainment events, and much, much more.
Plus, you’ll be treated like a celebrity. No standing in lines at banks or at the utility companies… Instead, you’ll be treated with dignity and respect. (It’s true: respect for seniors is a law in Panama—Law 9, adopted in 1987.)
And guess what? Panama is less than a three-hour flight from Miami. (Less time than it takes to fly from New York to Los Angeles.) And yes, it’s safe, with a very stable government and one of the fastest-growing economies on the planet.
Any convenience you might want can be found there… from affordable-but-top-notch health care (several Panama City hospitals are affiliated with top U.S. hospitals) to high-speed internet, all your best-loved television channels, all your favorite food brands in supermarkets, and more…
Retiring in Panama offers a high standard of living and a low cost of living.
For $3,500 a month you’ll live luxuriously in the city. But most expats report that they are living quite happily and without sacrifices on a monthly budget of $2,000 or less.
If you’ve ever considered retiring or starting a new life overseas, Panama should be at the top of your list.
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