Published On: December 1st, 2023Categories: Retirees, Cost of LivingTags: , , , , , , , , ,

10 Countries Where You Can Retire With 150k

10 Countries Where You Can Retire With 150k

The median amount that Gen Xers have saved for retirement is $40,000, with as few as seven years left before reaching the retirement age of 65. The good news is that with a little hard work, you can still find a comfortable retirement abroad.

In these countries, you can fully retire with $150,000 in savings, or even less if you collect social security payments.

Panama

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You can retire in Panama on a Pensionado visa if you have monthly retirement income of $1,000 or $100,000 in savings.

Mexico

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You can get temporary residency in Mexico with savings of about $60,000 and renew it until you have permanent residency.

Vietnam

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Vietnam doesn’t have a designated retirement visa, so expats make regular “border runs” to reset their stays. It’s worth it for the cost of living – one of the lowest in the world.

Costa Rica

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You can retire in Costa Rica if you have monthly retirement income of $1,000.

Portugal

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You can retire in Portugal if you have monthly retirement income of €760 (about $800).

Albania

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You can retire in Albania if you have monthly retirement income of €817 (about $865).

Bolivia

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You can retire in Bolivia if you have monthly retirement income of about $300.

Philippines

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You can retire in the Philippines if you have monthly retirement income of about $800.

Latvia

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You can retire in Latvia if you have monthly retirement income of €683 (about $725).

Slovenia

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You can retire in Slovenia if you have monthly retirement income of about $1,000. As a bonus, Slovenia is ranked in the top 10% of countries for both safety and quality of healthcare.

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If retiring in the U.S. feels unattainable, there are options for moving abroad that may be within your budget.

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While US citizens have traditionally lagged behind other countries in moving abroad, the trend seems to be shifting.

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Countries That Don’t Tax Social Security

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For many Americans looking to retire abroad, living well on a fixed income ranks among their highest priorities.

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Jen Barnett Expatsi
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Jen is the co-founder of Expatsi, a company that helps Americans move abroad. She created the Expatsi Test, an assessment that recommends countries for aspiring emigrants based on lifestyle data. Jen has an MBA from Emory University with concentrations in marketing and innovation. She's written for BusinessWeek, Health, Cooking Light, and Southern Living. Prior to Expatsi, she created Freshfully and Bottle & Bone—two businesses in the local food space—and spoke at TEDx on being brave. She's moving to Mexico in 2024, along with her husband and co-founder Brett, pitbull mix Squiggy, and three rotten cats. How can she help you move abroad?

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Jen Barnett Expatsi
Co-founder at Expatsi | Website | + posts

Jen is the co-founder of Expatsi, a company that helps Americans move abroad. She created the Expatsi Test, an assessment that recommends countries for aspiring emigrants based on lifestyle data. Jen has an MBA from Emory University with concentrations in marketing and innovation. She's written for BusinessWeek, Health, Cooking Light, and Southern Living. Prior to Expatsi, she created Freshfully and Bottle & Bone—two businesses in the local food space—and spoke at TEDx on being brave. She's moving to Mexico in 2024, along with her husband and co-founder Brett, pitbull mix Squiggy, and three rotten cats. How can she help you move abroad?