New York, NY (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Today, JonasInsuranceAdvisors.com urged retirees and soon-to-be retirees to consider a retirement abroad if healthcare costs are a concern to them. Their encouragement came on the heels of an article published on September 23rd in U.S. News article called “Health Reasons to Take your Retirement Global,” which outlined the reasons that healthcare costs could be significantly lower if retirees use an overseas healthcare insurance.
The article stated that local insurance policies when living abroad can oftentimes be incredibly cheap—the article stated that rates could be as low as $60 per month or $1000 per year—and that even international health insurance, which would make sense for a retiree planning to travel around as opposed to staying put in just one country, is still usually far cheaper than American health insurance.
JonasInsuranceAdvisors.com weighed the pros and cons of relocating internationally. JonasInsuranceAdvisors.com is quoted as saying, “The pros are of course getting to experience life in a country that perhaps you’ve always dreamed about living in—Spain, Ireland, Mexico, France. A new country will certainly keep you busy in retirement, learning the language, culture, and cultivating new relationships. And of course the healthcare could be significantly cheaper. Cons can include homesickness, being far from family, and the cost to travel back and forth.”
JonasInsuranceAdvisors.com encouraged consumers to at least consider the option, as U.S. healthcare insurance costs continue to rise and Medicare is becoming increasingly less accepted at health clinics all over the country. The advisors also strongly recommended that consumers keep themselves informed when it comes to health and other types of insurance, as the field changes regularly. Consumers who would like to learn more about no exam life insurance and other related topics can find reliable information on MCFIR.com.
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