Retire In Style Overseas And Live Better Than You Do Now…On As Little As $694 A Month
How are you ever going to be able to afford to retire?
The truth is, you don’t have to worry about outliving your nest egg… not when you retire overseas.
Your retirement does not have to be about difficult compromises. In the right places right now overseas, you can live a Rolls-Royce lifestyle on a Dodge Dart budget.
Live well—including a maid, a gardener, a driver — even on your Social Security income alone… Enjoy free medical care or health insurance for $300 a month or less… Own your own home in the sun for as little as $120,000… and wake up each morning to the sound of the waves on the sand… or the freshness of clean, mountain air… Beachfront hideaway… elegant, big-city apartment… hillside vineyard…
In the States, it’s only hedge fund managers and their cronies who can afford an elite retirement like that.
But overseas today, YOU can, too… and on a middle-class budget… again, even your Social Security income alone. More than 441,000 retirees are already living well around the world. I’d like to show you how you can join them.
I’ve been researching the world’s best opportunities for living and retiring well (even on a very modest budget) for just shy of a quarter-century now. And as I’ve traveled this globe from one end to the other, I’ve discovered that, in the right places, you can live like a prince on a poverty-wage pension…
Enjoy clean, sapphire waters… sandy shores… and picturesque harbors dotted with yachts… Relax with a gorgeous ocean sunset view in a place that’s safe, affordable, charming, and tax-friendly…
For retirees on a truly fixed income, I recommend one retreat in particular. It’s one of the most affordable destinations in the world today. In one corner I like, beautiful botanic gardens meet the lovely curves and bright colors of the colonial architecture. It has style. It’s friendly. And dinner in a nice restaurant? Less than $10…
All over the world — in Europe, Asia, and Latin America — you can find attractive alternatives to the recession-era skimping you face at home. Places where people are friendly, crime is almost non-existent, the weather is spring-like year-round, the health care excellent, the view from your bedroom window inviting, and the prices for everything from a new home to groceries and a visit to the doctor will make you think it’s 1953 again.
I’ve collected details about the very best of these overseas retirement Edens for 2009 in a special report titled Where To Go Overseas: The Six Best Value Destinations For Living And Investing In The World Today. I’d like to send you this just-prepared report with my compliments.
You’ll find it useful whether you’re looking for a full-time retirement haven, a refuge you can escape to a few weeks or months a year, a sanctuary you could invest in now and keep to use later in life, or a straightforward way to park some cash in a positive-trending market well beyond U.S. borders. The truth is, this information has never been more timely. Right now, you can’t afford not to be thinking outside the box when it comes to your retirement. You can read more (including full details on how to claim your free copy of our new special report on the six best-value overseas picks for 2009) here.
Kathleen Peddicord is Publisher of the Overseas Retirement Letter. She also offers a free daily e-letter with advice about where and how to live better for less overseas at http://www.liveandinvestoverseas.com/.