You owe it to yourself to pick up Kathleen Peddicord's superb new book How to Retire Overseas. I've known Kathleen for over a decade. In short, she knows her stuff.Alexander Green
--Investment U e-letter Alexander Green
...discusses the countries where retirees can live cheaply or even enjoy luxury living on a budget as well as the countries with the best health care. For anyone considering retiring overseas, this book is a must.
June Sawyers Chicago Tribune
Kathleen Peddicord, author of How To Retire Overseas: Everything You Need to Know to Live Well (for Less) Abroad
says you may be able to retire younger by exiting the U.S. for sunnier and more inexpensive countries. --US News and World Report
For those worried about finances, Latin America seems to be one of the safer bets, according to Kathleen Peddicord of Panama City, Panama, author of "How to Retire Overseas."
Shelley Emling I.H.T/N.Y. Times
If you're done hitting the alarm clock and you're thinking of throwing a dart at a map instead, stop first and read this. "How to Retire Overseas" could lend a refreshingly different look at your future. --Pittsburgh Tribune
From the Inside Flap
Imagine yourself at home- on the front steps leading to a sandy white Caribbean beach, sitting atop a balcony overlooking the streets in a bustling Latin American city, or inside a hillside villa in Europe- the retirement of your dreams. With a dash of adventure and an ounce of planning, you can turn your fantasies into reality- on any budget, without increasing your bills or sacrificing your lifestyle.
In this definitive guide, author Kathleen Peddicord uses over twenty-five years of experience to show anyone how to retire overseas, with or without retirement income. By providing critical questions for readers to answer, Peddicord helps determine where your ideal overseas home is located. Once you know where you're headed, she outlines how to handle the move itself, and guides you through the process of establishing yourself in a foreign country, including how to:
*Find and rent or own a home
*Research and understand your tax liability
*Establish secure bank accounts
*Obtain health insurance and medical care
*Make friends in your new home
*Avoid common pitfalls and mistakes
With advice from the author's own experience living abroad as well as personal stories from the hundreds of retirees she's helped achieve their retirement goals, this essential guide helps anyone plan for and enjoy a new life overseas- for less money than a traditional retirement in the United States.