"Suzan and I have been writing and researching this topic—and living and working abroad ourselves—for nearly 20 years now. We thought it was time we shared our most up-to-date advice for anyone thinking about doing it themselves."
BALTIMORE (PRWEB) September 10, 2019
After almost two decades of living overseas in seven different communities, in four different countries, International Living Senior Editors Suzan Haskins and Dan Prescher bring broad experience to their new book, Live Richer, Spend Less—International Living’s Ultimate Guide to Retiring Overseas.
This well-researched—and very real-world—resource is designed to help U.S. citizens understand the many reasons why retiring overseas can make sense. The authors argue that a retirement abroad can provide not just a financial boon to folks worried about making ends meet in the U.S., but also deliver a healthy lifestyle that’s full of travel, adventure, camaraderie, and fun.
"There is a lot of printed and online material out there about living, working, and retiring abroad,” says Prescher, "and not all of it is current, accurate, or from personal experience. Suzan and I have been writing and researching this topic—and living and working abroad ourselves—for nearly 20 years now. We thought it was time we shared our most up-to-date advice for anyone thinking about doing it themselves.
"This book isn’t theoretical. It’s very practical-minded and meant to function as a how-to guide for anybody thinking about retirement and how they might afford greater comforts and a more enjoyable life. In the States today, the statistics paint a dismal picture of what retirement will look like for most people. But a modest nest egg expands when carried to a good-value locale abroad. In Live Richer, Spend Less, Suzan and I show readers how.”
This book explores...
- • More than two dozen countries around the world where retirees can live well on less than $25,000 a year, including the country that’s arguably the easiest place to settle…
- • Equations to help retirees (and soon-to-be retirees) fine-tune their Social Security strategies to ensure they receive the maximum monthly benefits they’re eligible for, along with how to best collect benefits from abroad...
- • There is no one-size-fits-all destination, so this book delivers 24 questions to ask to help assess priorities and make the best decisions about the ideal overseas communities for any individual person...
- • How a retiree could save five to 10 times on what it costs now for healthcare, including private insurance...
- • What kind of health insurance makes sense (and the best countries with low-cost but top-quality public-health systems).
Good news: There is lots of choice…
In Live Richer, Spend Less, readers gain the practical tools needed to help see why a life abroad can make so much sense. Retirees will be able to make rational decisions and understand if the overseas lifestyle is really for them—and if it is, the best way to go about it…to find a good fit, given interests, priorities, budget, and dreams.
To kick off the launch, the book is available for a limited time on the International Living website for a deeply discounted $19.
More information on Live Richer, Spend Less—International Living’s Ultimate Guide to Retiring Overseas and how to get it, can be found: Live Richer, Spend Less – International Living’s Guide to Retiring Overseas
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