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The World’s Top 25 Perfect Retirement Destinations For 2019

If you live in Panama or it’s immediate neighbor to the north – Costa Rica, you live in the first and second best places to retire abroad, according to a recent study by International Living (IL).

If you’re leaving the United States in search of a retirement paradise, be sure to look south.

The study focused on top 25 retirement destinations across 13 categories: the cost of living, governance, retiree benefits, climate, healthcare, and more. When it comes to finding that perfect place to retire abroad, Mexico ranked third in the world, while Ecuador ranked fourth and Malaysia fifth.

Here are the top 25 perfect destinations to consider if you’re retiring in 2019

  1. Panama
  2. Costa Rica
  3. Mexico
  4. Ecuador
  5. Malaysia
  6. Colombia
  7. Portugal
  8. Peru
  9. Thailand
  10. Spain
  11. France
  12. Cambodia
  13. Italy
  14. Belize
  15. Malta
  16. Honduras (Roatan)
  17. Bolivia
  18. Ireland
  19. Vietnam
  20. Uruguay
  21. Sri Lanka
  22. Dominican Republic
  23. Bali
  24. Croatia
  25. Nicaragua

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