Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) March 20, 2014
Less than a week after its official release, The International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budgetthe definitive guide to living a happier, healthier, more affordable life abroad has claimed top rankings in two of Amazons financial book categoriesRetirement Planning and Personal Finance.
More people than ever are realizing that living abroad can significantly improve your retirement and personal finances, said Jennifer Stevens, Executive Editor of International Living Magazine at InternationalLiving.com. Living and retiring in a tropical paradise used to seem like an exotic idea out of most peoples reach. But The International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget shows that its not only possible, but can actually be a sound financial strategy for lots of folks.
Authors Suzan Haskins and Dan Prescher have put many of those overseas financial strategies to work in their own lives since they left Omaha, Nebraska, in 2001, to live abroad.
Thirteen years later, theyve lived in seven different locations in four Latin American countries and explored dozens more around the world. Theyve distilled those years of experience into this new, definitive guide to choosing, moving to, and living in good-value locales around the world, from Latin America to Southeast Asia to Europe.
In The International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget, published by Wiley,
Haskins and Prescher provide a step-by-step roadmap to finding the worlds best communities for English-speaking retirees seeking a happier, healthier, more affordable life in some of the worlds most beautiful and accommodating destinationsoften on as little as $ 25,000 a year or less.
The International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget explains how the tough issues of health care, housing costs, property taxes and insurance, and daily living costs can be easily managed in the right overseas locations. Haskins and Prescher share in clear detail how retirees can spend just a fraction of what their day-to-day life costs today yet sacrifice nothing when it comes to quality, comfort, and safety.
But The International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget isnt just for retirees. Haskins and Prescher offer advice about moving overseas with children, starting a business, finding work, and simply living a more meaningful and enjoyable life overseas.
Even for those who want to spend just a few months each year in an exotic location, the authors show that in many cases, halfway is the right way. In some of the locations they have identified, total cost of living can be less than winter utility bills alone back home.
Topics covered in The International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget include
How to find the best (and best-value) housing opportunities
Whether to rent or buy
What kind of health insurance makes sense (and the best locales with low-cost but top-quality public health systems)
The places where a car isnt needed
How to manage finances abroad
Overcoming language barriers
And, of course, detailed information about the most affordable places in the world to retire
In the right destination, its more than possible to live in a charming villa with a gorgeous ocean view, buy a weeks supply of fresh produce from the local farmers market for $ 5 or $ 10, hire a housekeeper or gardener, and live a high-quality life on a budget of $ 2,000 a month or less. The International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget provides a practical and inspirational blueprint to making it happen.
The authors share budgets, recommendations, tips, advice, and hard-won strategies for success that can be applied by anyone to secure a happier, more affordable, more rewarding life in some of the most beautiful and relaxing locations around the world.
The International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget is the comprehensive, all-in-one guide that retirees have been waiting for to help them successfully plan and accomplish their move to the overseas paradise of their choice.
The book, available in hardcover, currently appears on the Amazon.com Hot New Releases list and at the top of the Retirement Planning and Personal Finance categories. Details here.
You can read more about whats in the book, including the table of contents (and watch a video interview with the authors), here.
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