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This was a totally ignorant tabulation of "best beach cities to retire to in the world". Another reason why "Don't Believe Everything You Read On The Internet" .
If you are going to expose this "faux tabulation" in the good ole USA, how about talking bout best
beach cities to retire to in the USA.
How about Myrtle Beach, S.C. , Fort Myers Fla. Savannah Ga., Cape Coral, Fla.
These are states with low taxes , low buy in on really nice affordable homes where people speak
English" on the most part". You are closer to your Grandchildren than say Panama or Viet Nam.
And God forbid you suddenly get stricken with an illness and the hospital you go to, no one speaks
Give me a break. Who ever wrote this must write for Conde Nest. Because I have seen the same
destinations in their magazine. Lets Get a little more real here to "The Real Folk"!
What most of your comments are missing is the fact that most of the countries listed here have much more cost effective medical care than the US, and the doctors are usually superior. Secondly, Most of these countries allow expatriate retirees to live tax free in these countries as long as you deposit money into a local bank. Take Belize for example, they have a currency that has a 1/2 basis on the USD, so you will never have to calculate currency exchange, it is always 1 USD = 2 dollars in Belize currency. They also have an excellent retirement program for Americans, (i.e. tax free) and excellent health care for a fraction of the insurance cost in the US. Look before you leap, but don't discount retirement locations based solely on your own ignorance.
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