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10 Best Places to Retire

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What are the best places to retire? At some point during life, everyone starts thinking about retirement. Some may even compile a list of the top 10 best places to retire abroad or in the US. Someone thinks about it earlier, others later, but basically, while concerned about retirement, people take into account only their pension funds. However, some people also consider retiring abroad. Giving the situation that the pension in their home country is relatively high in comparison with other countries–assuming that’s the case–retiring abroad can be an interesting opportunity to spend your elder years with pretty good living conditions.

Aside from the financial factor, international retirement can offer much more benefits than spending this time on your home turf. First of all is probably the climate. Living somewhere in the south, near white sand beaches and the ocean, sounds pretty cool. That’s why many countries from Latin America have been popular destinations for retiring people. Another category which is taken into consideration is the healthcare system. Being old comes with many health issues, and that’s why it is important to live in a country or city where healthcare is a high priority, and at the same time, is not very expensive.

Also, while thinking about the top 10 best places to retire, many people picture themselves living in a house with a beautiful garden. Since not many can afford buying a house in their home city, buying real estate in another country is an option that can also be considered. Last but not least, the cost of living is also crucial. Usually, retiring people have to live on a budget, so if you are thinking about moving in another country, the costs of living (utilities, groceries, housekeeping) must be taken into account.

To sum up, if you are looking for a country with a mild warm climate, relatively low costs of living, together with low crime levels and stable government, our research team at Insider Monkey has gathered the top 10 best places to retire peacefully.

The list includes countries that have developed an infrastructure ,which will bring many benefits for the elderly, as well as the aforementioned advantages.

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