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    Retiring in another country

    It just seems like a good idea sometimes and cheaper.

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    It wonít be any different anywhere by the time you retire. Death is the only retirement bub.

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    I've been considering Portugal but doubt I will pull the trigger. I know some acquaintances that have lived there for a few years now and they absolutely love it. For foreigners the difference between Portugal and here, they WANT Americans and other Europeans to move there and have applied many incentives. Check it out...

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    And miss all the fun here in the USA? Not me. Iím already narrowing it down to 2 places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMightyQuinn View Post
    I've been considering Portugal but doubt I will pull the trigger. I know some acquaintances that have lived there for a few years now and they absolutely love it. For foreigners the difference between Portugal and here, they WANT Americans and other Europeans to move there and have applied many incentives. Check it out...

    https://smartasset.com/retirement/ho...re-in-portugal
    Lol Portugal is where my wife wants to go when she retires . Pretty good healthcare system decent housing prices in areas and not a bunch of crime . Looks pretty damn good to me .
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    Me and my woman considered Sweden or Switzerland

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank zazz View Post
    Lol Portugal is where my wife wants to go when she retires . Pretty good healthcare system decent housing prices in areas and not a bunch of crime . Looks pretty damn good to me .
    Not to mention the gorgeous beaches and mild climate year round. They say two people can live comfortably on $2,000 - 2,400 a month

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    A friend of mine retired, sold everything he had here and moved to the Philippines. He loves it, and said his pension is equal to a doctors income

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    If you want a easy transition that is cheap and somewhat American look into Panama. It had the easiest residency requirements for my family. It's a pain in the ass if you don't get your residency and have to leave the country every 60 or 90 days for a couple days to come back in and get another tourist Visa. It was also easy to start a business there. If you happen to need to get back to the US for any reason you can be back in Miami in a couple hours. You can also drive back in 2 days if you need to run some cocaine for some cash.

    Panama had a ton of Americans there until we pulled out and gave the canal back to Panama. They also use the US dollar which makes it a little easier. They also did have it where you can bring in a car duty free every 2 years. Not sure if that changed or not. Costa Rica had a 80% duty tax so a car they value at 20,000 cost 16k to bring it in. Not sure if they changed it but they were a pain in the ass and made us go to Panama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtoe View Post
    If you want a easy transition that is cheap and somewhat American look into Panama. It had the easiest residency requirements for my family. It's a pain in the ass if you don't get your residency and have to leave the country every 60 or 90 days for a couple days to come back in and get another tourist Visa. It was also easy to start a business there. If you happen to need to get back to the US for any reason you can be back in Miami in a couple hours. You can also drive back in 2 days if you need to run some cocaine for some cash.

    Panama had a ton of Americans there until we pulled out and gave the canal back to Panama. They also use the US dollar which makes it a little easier. They also did have it where you can bring in a car duty free every 2 years. Not sure if that changed or not. Costa Rica had a 80% duty tax so a car they value at 20,000 cost 16k to bring it in. Not sure if they changed it but they were a pain in the ass and made us go to Panama.

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    I worked in a restaurant with a Panamanian woman .... if they all look like her Iím game! Total smoke show...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    Me and my woman considered Sweden or Switzerland
    Swedens on this open border kick right now.. crime is sky rocketing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milford King View Post
    I worked in a restaurant with a Panamanian woman .... if they all look like her Iím game! Total smoke show...
    There a ton of colombians and Venezuelans that have come in and gorgeous.

    If your ever in San Jose Costa Rica be sure to go to the Blue Marlin bar and stay at the Hotel Del Ray there. If you go the right time in the evening they have some girls that would be models in the US. But every girl in there is for sale! In Panama and Costa Rica they carry a license to fuck. If they are in the sex trade they have to carry I liscence showing they have been tested every 2 weeks I think it is for STDs.



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    funny all yinz love this this country so much to tell people immigrants and minorities if you dont like it get the fuck out and also that these foreigners wouldnt fight for this country, then talk about leaving like whoopie golberg at the first sign of a tax increase

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    My wife wants to retire to either Washington state, which I told her is too fucking liberal, or Italy.

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