: 3 hurdles you need to clear when retiring abroad—from retirees who have lived in Ireland, France and Panama


Retiring abroad might sound like a dream—and for many, it is—but there is a long list of considerations to make and tasks to tackle before packing the suitcases. 

Aside from choosing the best place to live based on weather and lifestyle preferences, Americans looking to move out of the U.S. need to think of where they’ll get their healthcare, how they’ll receive their Social Security benefits, if they’re staying long-term, the comparison between the U.S. dollar and the local currency, and so on. 


This article was originally published by Marketwatch.com. Read the original article here.

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