Retire sooner. Spend Less. Live Better. That’s the end goal.
And there’s no question: You can do it.
You can do it in all sorts of beautiful, welcoming, good-weather communities that dot the globe from Latin America to Southeast Asia to Europe.
Laid-back beach escapes. Quiet mountain getaways. University Towns. Even cosmopolitan cities.
In the right communities, you really can live a richer, more engaging life than you do today… but spend as little as $1,485 a month to do it (housing included).
In other words: Get the destination right, and you could live well on your Social Security income alone.
Of course, you could spend more if you like… and enjoy a genuinely luxurious lifestyle.
On a budget of $2,500 to $3,600 a month, a couple can live extremely well in many places, and afford the sort of comforts only the very wealthy can bankroll at home—perks like a housekeeper to cook and clean every day or a home with a pool and a gardener to maintain the grounds…
The point is, no matter what your budget, in the best-value destinations around the world, your dollars really stretch. And that means you have great options for improving your lifestyle while you trim your spending…
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