When thinking about retirement, where you plan to live is a big factor. There’s a lot to consider when picking the place you want to live after retirement. Depending on your lifestyle, you may consider living abroad. Retiree’s who are interested in living abroad have a lot more factors to take into account, such as healthcare, transportation and language. Here are some important issues to think about before you make the move abroad:
Kim Curtis, CEO of Wealth Legacy Institute was interviewed on Cruisin’ KEZW 1430 AM for No Copay Radio by legendary radio host, Murphy Huston, and Jayla Sanchez-Warren, representing Denver Regional Council on Governments (DRCOG). Curtis discussed retirement planning concerns and health care issues that exist today.
Credit scores and how they are determined can be confusing. Your credit score is calculated by plugging the information from your credit report into a credit score formula. You may have many credit scores based on who provided the score. Bad credit can haunt you and your credit history for decades. Credit reports may affect mortgage rates, credit card approvals, apartment requests and even your job application.
The Health Insurance Marketplace (Health Insurance Exchange) is the place where people without health care insurance can find information about insurance options and purchase health care. Information can also be found regarding eligibility for help with paying premiums and reducing out-of-pocket costs. In addition to the federally-facilitated Marketplace, HealthCare.gov, there are state-based Marketplaces, depending on the state in which you live.
Do you have a financial plan? With pensions going by the wayside, retirement planning has been forced upon the individual. The security of long term company support no longer exists and individuals are now completely in charge of their retirement outcomes. What does this mean? It means a comprehensive financial plan is essential.
Ah, the idyllic visions of American farmlands: red barns, green pastures, and frolicking animals. The farmer image has long been an American icon. However, with the weather patterns changing and agribusiness entering the picture, the farming landscape is definitely shifting.