Retiring abroad has always been a draw for certain people. Spend your Golden Years relaxing on the beach and drinking margaritas. Encourage your kids and grandkids to come visit when they’re on vacation. It paints a nice picture. But living abroad is starting to take on another new appeal for people approaching retirement. If you’re worried your nest egg won’t be up to snuff, then check out these posts from our blog about the benefits of living abroad during retirement.
Is Travel the Solution?
Going abroad can change your life in a lot of ways. The biggest impact? Your finances. Check out these articles to learn more:
- 3 Reasons to Retire Early Overseas
- Worried About Retirement? Time to Move Abroad
- 4 Benefits of Having an Alternative Place to Retire
- Why There Has Never Been a Better Time to Retire Overseas
- 5 Positive Side Effects of Moving Abroad
Living Abroad-Make It Happen
Convinced retiring abroad is the right choice for you and yours? Now’s the time to hit the ground running, even if you’re years away from retirement. Here’s how:
- Thinking About Retiring Abroad? Take a Vacation
- Want to Retire Abroad? Avoid These Financial Mistakes
Here are some of the most popular posts from the blog that offer insights about living abroad:
- Options for a New Economy – My Friend George and His Master Stroke of Genius
- Your Retirement Fix: Stop Listening to Your Own Excuses
- Mind the Gap, Then Fund the Gap
Before you ponder if retiring abroad is right for you, you have to face the facts. Here are some other resources to learn from:
- Stop Telling Yourself Your Retirement Will Be Ok
- The 5 Critical Components of Surviving Job Loss
- How Much Does Financial Stress Weigh?
Do any of these sound like your retirement scenario? You aren’t alone.
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Ian Bond is a private banking senior executive with over three decades of experience in wealth and asset management with Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and Citigroup. He has built major businesses on four continents.
Despite his professional responsibility for assets over $100B and revenues over $1B, after the 2008 crash Ian was personally going broke. Within five years he destroyed his debt, became an expat in 2014, and built multiple streams of income to fund his imminent retirement. Ian is also the founder of MyRetirementRehab.me created to help other executives and professionals rehabilitate their finances and make a prosperous, enduring retirement a reality.