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Entries by Kathleen Peddicord from 11/2013

The Best Reasons For Living Out Your Golden Years Overseas

| Posted 11.06.2013 | Fifty

Those facing Catch-55 approach the end of their careers, meaning no need to worry about a move overseas limiting your career options. So why not see if you could get an overseas assignment? I'd say all -- well, maybe nearly all -- workers could benefit from an overseas job, whether they face Catch-55 or not.

Why The World's Top Retirement Haven May Not Be For Everyone

| Posted 11.13.2013 | Fifty

The Retire Overseas Index that my Live and Invest Overseas group published this year ranked Panama as the world's top retirement haven. I'm not alone in this idea. For the past half-dozen years at least, this country has been recognized by many as the best place on earth to think about living or retiring overseas.

Why Are We So Reluctant To Move When All Change Is For The Better?

| Posted 11.20.2013 | Fifty

Millions of us have already chosen to move abroad. I submit that more Americans would be better off acting with the same get-up-and-go. All change is for the better.

Retirement In This Caribbean Paradise Is Easy, Well-Appointed, And Supremely Affordable

| Posted 11.27.2013 | Fifty

The Dominican Republic is an internationally popular all-inclusive resort destination that sees big volumes of tourists every year, thanks to its miles of sandy beaches and balmy temperatures. It's also, though, a top Caribbean choice for the would-be foreign retiree and holiday home-buyer.

When Retiring Overseas, Take Thanksgiving With You

| Posted 11.28.2013 | Fifty

You couldn't buy a turkey, plucked or in any condition, really, other than roaming around a barnyard, in Waterford, Ireland, when we moved there years ago. Nor could you find cranberry sauce or pumpkin filling for making a pie in any supermarket.