This doesn’t have to be all or nothing. You could “retire overseas” and still spend part or even lots of your time back home. I make the point in case it hadn’t occurred to you already. The idea of moving to a new country, full stop, full-time, can be intimidating. Selling your current home, off-loading your car, your furniture, your lawn-care equipment, flying off to a new country where you know no one and where everyone you meet speaks another language? Boiled down like that, this retire-overseas agenda can seem foolish, even terrifying. So don’t sell your home. Keep your…
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