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International Living names Costa Rica as best retirement destination in 2021

International Living, a United States-based publication specializing in — you guessed it — living internationally, has named Costa Rica as its best place to retire in 2021.

Costa Rica’s best beaches for retirement and living

If you are beach person, then Costa Rica is definitely worthy of consideration for where to retire.

International Living names Costa Rica as third-best retirement destination in 2020

International Living, a United States-based publication specializing in — you guessed it — living internationally, has named Costa Rica among its best places to retire in 2020. 

Where are the 5 Best Places to Retire in Costa Rica?

What are the best places to retire in Costa Rica? It's a tough choice, since the country offers so many incredible places for living.

What is the best way to do one’s due diligence for retiring or living in Costa Rica?

This is the first in a series of articles for The Tico Times about moving to and living in Costa Rica.

Only three in ten Costa Rican workers have savings for retirement

An aging population makes voluntary pension savings increasingly important in Costa Rica, but a recent support shows relatively few Ticos are starting to save.

7 things to consider before retiring abroad

Retiring overseas can be both more enticing and and more affordable – depending on the locale – than retiring in the United States. But a smooth transition requires careful planning. Here are some of factors to think about before you sell your belongings and buy a one-way plane ticket.

Costa Rica to reach population of 5 million by 2018

Costa Rica will reach a population of 5 million by 2018, according to estimates from the National Statistics and Census Institute (INEC). INEC and Casa Presidencial warned that there are some growing pains ahead for the country as it approaches.

Longevity mathematics: Why you may not want to retire

I've been looking to new role models, those who bloomed or rebloomed in midlife. My idiosyncratic list includes novelist Frank McCourt, who taught at my Manhattan high school for decades before publishing the Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir "Angela's Ashes" when he was 66.

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