Beth Wateham, a Vice President at Simon and Schuster, just sent me a galley copy of Retirement Without Borders: How to Retire Abroad in Mexico, France, Italy, Spain, Costa Rica, Panama, and Other Sunny Foreign Places (And the Secret to Making It Happen Without Stress) by Barry Golson. This book with the Scribner imprint is for those retirees who want to consider retiring abroad. The book will be released in December 2008.
Retirement Without Borders is the best book that I have read about the best places to retire abroad and I will be giving a testimonial for the back cover requested by Beth Wateham (she claims she is a big fan of How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free on Amazon.com.
Here is the testimonial which will also appear on Amazon.com:
- Retirement Without Borders
Do you have the urge to leave the American "rat race" behind - and live the retirement life that you have always dreamed about in another country? Then you definitely need Retirement Without Borders.
This book not only shows you the best places where to retire in the world, but also gives ten great reasons for retiring somewhere else and six main reasons why perhaps you should not even consider moving to another country in the first place. This is a highly inspirational and informative guide for retirees and soon-to-be retirees who are considering retiring abroad but have no place to begin.
Author Barry Golson along with Thia Golson and other expert expats help you consider the dream, explore the dream, show you the dream in several countries, and tell you honestly what the pitfalls are. There is much, much more. Anyone who has thought about living overseas should read this book. Retirement Without Borders is absolutely, positively the best book that I have read on why, where, and how to retire abroad.
- Ernie J. Zelinski
Author of the international best-seller How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: Retirement Wisdom That You Won't Get from Your Financial Advisor