2017 Fast Track Costa Rica Recordings Package

In an Uncertain World, the Last Thing You Should Put On Hold is Your Retirement Dreams… Sharon and Wes Puckett live in a three-bedroom home on a 25-acre parcel of land in the “perfect climate” mountains of Southern Costa Rica. “Our total expenses are about $1,325 a month, which includes our rent. We have simplified, Read more...: 2017 Fast Track Costa Rica Recordings Package

Can You Put the Flag to the Country?

From Sir Edmund Hillary putting the first flag on the top of Mount Everest in 1953 to Neil Armstrong planting the star-spangled banner on the moon in 1969—these images have become as iconic as the endeavors themselves. A national flag is much more than just a mish-mash of colors, stripes, and symbols. Flags encapsulate the Read more...: Can You Put the Flag to the Country?

2017 Fast Track Ecuador Recordings

When Edd and Cynthia Staton were both downsized, they decided to retire for good. They left the U.S. in search of a better climate and a lower cost of living What they found in Ecuador was something much more… Dear International Living Reader, Just a few short years ago, things weren’t looking too good for Read more...: 2017 Fast Track Ecuador Recordings

The Cheapest Places to Retire: Five Towns Where You Can Live Better For Less

At home, prices are rising. It costs more to put gas in the car, buy groceries, and pay for health insurance. At the same time, retirement savings eroded in the market downturn. If you’re looking overseas for a low-cost alternative to an uncertain retirement at home, there’s good news. You can find it in places that offer not just “cheap” living, but a whole basketful of benefits, too—places where a mild spring-like climate is yours all year round…beaches are of powder-white sand…snow-capped mountains soar above colonial towns…and your costs could be as low as $1,000 a month.