Chuck Bolotin is the founder of BestPlacesInTheWorldToRetire.com, which has over 7,000 answers and more than 200 expat stories and interviews contributed by more than 500 experts about retiring, moving, and doing business overseas. In addition to TheStreet, Bolotin's articles have appeared on Next Avenue, Daily Finance, Forbes, Yahoo and MSN.com. He is a frequent lecturer at Eller College of Management, MBA Program, University of Arizona, and Mentor, Arizona Center for Innovation.
You may know the good reasons for moving abroad. Here are the wrong ones.
A Best Places in the World to Retire study finds that nearly nine in 10 expats want a lower cost of living.
More than two in five expats say that they received outstanding healthcare in Mexico, Panama, Belize and Nicaragua.
Many expat Americans see a way to have more of an impact in their adopted countries than they could in their native land.
Find out whether you should base your decision to move overseas on this popular reason.
In a Best Places in the World to Retire survey, expats speak of opportunities for personal growth and enrichment.
Potential expats looking at Belize may want to consider the island of Ambergris Caye, coastal communities Placencia and Corozal or the inland Cayo District.
The coastal town of Coronado is ideally situated near the mountains and within easy striking distance of Panama City.
If you aspire to the Caribbean lifestyle but don't like hurricanes, Bocas del Toro may be the best place for your retirement or expatriate life.
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