Tag Archives: medical tourism

6 Tips for Cutting Your Medical Bill

Prevention is better than cure, they say. This proverb holds true for both medical and non-medical conditions, because it’s easier to stay away from a problem than to find a solution. Continue reading

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Comparing Panajachel, Guatemala to Oaxaca, Mexico as a Retirement Destination

If you had to choose, would you favor Panajachel over Oaxaca as a place to live? Continue reading

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Do you need Medicare if you don’t live in the US? Medicare Part B isn’t free

The long answer is that you need to consider the potential costs. Continue reading

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A Traveler’s Questions on Healthcare, Cost of Living, Apartment Hunting and More

I wanted to ask you about calculating expenses. How do you do it? Continue reading

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Can One Live in the US for Under $2,000 a Month?

If you can manage the cost of housing, you can live just about anywhere in the world. This is a huge consideration. Continue reading

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The Top International Destination Americans are Moving to and Why

Here are the top 7 reasons why Americans are moving to Mexico. Continue reading

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I’m Ready to get out of the Rat Race

I’m going to be 61 this year, and I’m ready to hang it up. Continue reading

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Quick Comparison: Chapala, Mexico to Panajachel, Guatemala

In answer to your question, which place, Chapala, Mexico or Panajachel, Guatemala do we like best, our answers are this: It’s hard to choose, and it depends. Continue reading

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My Wife Wants to Retire Now, but Needs Her Employer Sponsored Health Care

We understand your wife’s hesitation in giving up her work-provided health care. Getting sick or needing medical attention in the US is very expensive. Continue reading

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See the World on 10k Annual Income?

We know a man who does some “slow travel” and he lives on $12k a year and seems to be able to manage that fairly well. Continue reading

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