At the age of 88, after more than 45 years living in Southern California, Tom Stephenson packed up and moved to Lake Chapala, Mexico, to begin a new life.
When I arrived in the U.S. for the Live and Invest Overseas conference late last year, the country was in the midst of a raging health-care debate. I hadn’t seen much about it in my part of the world.
The theme to Green Acres is one of my favorite songs. And nothing makes me want to belt it out more than standing high on a mountain top with rich, green fertile land “spreadin’ out so far and wide” below.
If you enjoy good food, great weather and buckets of culture, to my mind, there’s no better place on the planet to live than Argentina. In fact, if living in Argentina were an investment, I’d argue it would have the best cost-benefit ratio of any country in the world.
This must be the best view in the country. It’s in Boquete, where the green hills inspire artistic tendencies in even the most mundane-minded. Rainbow-rows of flowers line neat footpaths and dress up the little cottages that hide behind them.
I am interested in moving to Panama, but my wife and I have a 6-year-old daughter and I don’t want to compromise her education in order for me to have a comfortable retirement. Could you tell me about the private schools in Panama?
Maybe this sounds like you: You want to move overseas…but you're worried about how you'll pay for health care there since your home country health-care plan probably won’t cover you abroad.
The Japanese have the highest life expectancy in the world: four to five years longer than their U.S. counterparts, and their country boasts more than 20,000 centenarians. So what is their secret?