I think it's time we started looking at the whole idea of retirement in a different light. There's a general perception of the post-employment years as an opportunity to "do nothing." But recent research conducted by the Institute of Economic Affairs suggests that this may be an unhealthy way of thinking about retirement.
A Cosmopolitan Latin-Flavored City, 1,500 Miles of Both Pacific and Caribbean Coastline, Perfect-Weather Mountains… And the Cost of Living is So Low, Bill and Mitzi Easily Live on Their Social Security benefits… With Enough Left Over to Travel In Panama, they say, “It’s a very good life.” Dear International Living Reader, “Welcome to Paradise.” That’s Read more...: 2017 Fast Track Panama Package
I will be moving to Mexico in the coming months but I still have reservations about claiming my social security while residing in Mexico. Can I still claim my social security if I move to Mexico? Do I need to return to the states every few months? Do I need to keep an address in Read more...: Can I still claim my social security if I move to Mexico?
Chicago winters can be brutal. My wife, Leslie, and I endured 15 of them before I retired from my job as a speechwriter for the regional office of a federal agency in July 2016. We had just one retirement goal: to never be cold again.
Hi IL Experts, We have decided to retire in South America and have narrowed it down to either Colombia or Ecuador. Our monthly income will be in the $2000 a month bracket. We would like access to a reasonable level of healthcare an area safe for expats. Is this possible in either country? Should we Read more...: “Should we retire in Colombia or Ecuador?”
Hi IL experts My husband Bill and I want to leave the miserable winters behind and move our retirement overseas. We are both in our mid 60’s and of good health. We are still undecided on where we want to retire to but we are open to suggestions. We have a combined SS of $1950 Read more...: Where Should A Couple In Their 60’s Retire?
It would be great if you published articles for those of us single women in our 60’s wanting to retire to places like Panama, Yucatan, Roatan, Belize. All your articles are for couples – what about the very large population of single women who want to retire to a sunny climate in central America? Where Read more...: “Where in Central America should a single woman retire to and why?”
The number of Americans looking for information about moving overseas increased a whopping 105% between the November 2016 presidential election and the January 2017 inauguration, according to the retire-overseas experts at InternationalLiving.com.
Gorgeous scenery, a perfect year-round climate, close to home (flights from Miami or Fort Lauderdale take less than three hours and the flight costs about the same as a U.S. domestic flight), modern supermarkets and shopping malls, and excellent healthcare...it's easy to see the appeal of Colombia.
Imagine a place where sunshine is ubiquitous, a high-quality lifestyle won’t cost the earth, and as a retiree, you’re treated like a VIP…you’ll get a red-carpet welcome and be rewarded for your age and experience.