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  • Kiplinger’s Two Cents on Retiring in Panama

    Posted on the Washington Post website, and written by associate editor of Kiplinger’s personal finance section, Laura Cohn, is yet another article extolling the financial benefits of retiring to Panama. Read the entire article for more information on retiring abroad. That puts the Post and Kiplinger’s in good company with Business Week, The New York Times, SmartMoney, TheStreet, Forbes, and many others.

    Why all the love for Panama? Cohn says, “With all of its benefits and active expatriate community, Panama is among the most affordable and appealing options for retirees.

    We think so, too. That’s one of the main reasons we chose it to develop our flagship project, The Resort at Isla Palenque. In a press release, Amble Resorts President Ben Loomis says, “American retirees are finding a haven in Panama real estate on their quest to get more value out of their retirement dollars.

    The lifestyle and financial benefits are many. So come, retire here and enjoy the good life while you stretch your retirement dollars with the low cost of living and endless retiree benefits. But all these prestigious publications don’t even touch on what draws people to Panama in the first place, making tourism arrivals leap higher every year. In my opinion, it’s the dense, wild jungle wilderness, the miles and miles of coastline on two oceans, the cool, captivating mountain highlands, the mind-boggling bio-diversity, and the rich cultural diversity. It’s the perfect playground for nature lovers. So if you want your retirement to be adventure-filled without breaking the bank, Panama is the perfect place to be.

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    Posted on the Washington Post website, and written by associate editor of Kiplinger's personal finance section, Laura Cohn, is yet another article extolling the financial benefits of retiring to Panama. Read the entire article for more information on retiring abroad. That puts the Post and Kiplinger's in good company with Business Week, The New York Times, SmartMoney, TheStreet, Forbes, and many others.
    
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Why all the love for Panama? Cohn says, "With all of its benefits and active expatriate community, Panama is among the most affordable and appealing options for retirees."

We think so, too. That's one of the main reasons we chose it to develop our flagship project, The Resort at Isla Palenque. In a press release, Amble Resorts President Ben Loomis says, "American retirees are finding a haven in Panama real estate on their quest to get more value out of their retirement dollars."

The lifestyle and financial benefits are many. So come, retire here and enjoy the good life while you stretch your retirement dollars with the low cost of living and endless retiree benefits. But all these prestigious publications don't even touch on what draws people to Panama in the first place, making tourism arrivals leap higher every year. In my opinion, it's the dense, wild jungle wilderness, the miles and miles of coastline on two oceans, the cool, captivating mountain highlands, the mind-boggling bio-diversity, and the rich cultural diversity. It's the perfect playground for nature lovers. So if you want your retirement to be adventure-filled without breaking the bank, Panama is the perfect place to be.
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