Retirement advice for Expats

Our retirement advice for Expats thinking of retirement in South East Asia must start with calling your attention to the fact that you are looking at a completely different scenario. If you have lived all your life in your home country, you will have to prepare for major changes. If you have lived, and worked, overseas as an Expat, you will be better prepared. Initially there is the weather and temperature, then the people, culture and customs, and finally you have the restrictions or limitations of being a guest in a foreign country. Inquiries with Expats living in your proposed retirement country would be a great source of information.

The next retirement advice for Expats thinking of retirement in South East Asia is to read the fine print on what is offered. What immigration options are available. What areas are available for Expat retirement. What facilities and services are available? What are the present day costs? Are you actually getting value for your money? Is your medical insurance valid and if not, what are your options.

Finally, our retirement advice for Expats thinking of retirement in South East Asia is to stay reasonably close to your fellow nationals. Due to the different culture prevailing in your retirement country or area, you will look for fellow nationals sooner or later. Furthermore, it will simplify the efforts of your embassy in case of natural calamities or unrest in the area.

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