The Cheapest Places to Retire Abroad

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Most people look forward to their retirement, when they can relax and enjoy life without the stress of a job. If you want to make your retirement money last a long time, you can do that by moving to these places.
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Carcassonne, France

For under $2,000 a month, you can live very well in this Southern France city that features plenty of places to eat and stay entertained.
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Tralee, Ireland

This town is largely made up of locals, but a recession has made the cost of living very low and the housing market very affordable.
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Chiang Mai, Thailand

There are many Western style aspects of living here and housing, food and entertainment are much cheaper than the United States.
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Cayo, Belize

With more expats moving here, there is a large American population and the cost of living is very low.
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Nha Trang, Vietnam

Experts say that you can get by here with a monthly budget of only $650. English is spoken here and there’s lots to keep you busy.
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Guam

In addition to a lower cost of living, Guam is a U.S. territory so the main language is English and the currency is the U.S. dollar.
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Granada, Nicaragua

There is an established retirement community here for expats and most of them can live very well on a monthly budget of $1,300.
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Loja, Ecuador

Loja ranks as one of the top places for retirees on a budget. There’s top notch health care and a year round warm climate.
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Guatemala City, Guatemala

Retirees love the low cost of living here, with maids and cooks being standard and very affordable.
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Ipoh, Malaysia

This city feels like a small town and has clean air and water and long with lots of locals who can speak English.
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