Tied to concerns about health care, some expats and future expats are also looking into what would happen if they were to retire overseas and then become too ill to take care of themselves. Mexico is working on an answer. As the US population ages, and as more and more Americans decide to retire … [Read more...] about Assisted Living in Mexico
In the Expat Web group on LinkedIn, a member asked recently, “As an Expat, which countries do you think have the best and worst health care systems?” Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Canada, Malta and France all received positive comments. One poster said Japan’s was “the worst I ever experienced.” … [Read more...] about Which Countries Have the Best Health Care?
More mainstream news coverage about US citizens and Mexican health care. [youtube]7j61NudatnM[/youtube] … [Read more...] about American Expats and Mexican Health Care
The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c … [Read more...] about American Immigrants Using Mexican Health Care
Live and Invest Overseas publisher Kathleen Peddicord has named the Top 10 Retirement Havens for 2010, and the list includes some surprises. Panama occupies the top spot, and Peddicord comments that "this country manages to become more appealing all the time." Her Top 10 picks … [Read more...] about Top 10 Retirement Havens
According to information released today by Sen. Dick Durbin, Americans overwhelmingly want a strong public option to be part of health care reform here in the US. Eighty percent of poll respondents fully support a 50-state public option, and 65% of respondents were completely opposed to the … [Read more...] about Americans Totally Want a Public Health Care Option