Retiring to ocean breezes and cheap rent. What’s the catch?

The world is full of tropical paradises and other exotic places where a couple can live comfortably on $2,000 a month or less. Plus, good health care abroad can cost a fraction of what it does in the U.S.

If living more cheaply is the only reason you’d retire to another country, though, you’re likely to be unhappy.

In my latest for the Associated Press, the potentially high price of becoming an “economic refugee.”

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