Tag: retirement abroad

Stealth Wealth While Living Abroad

The concept of stealth wealth is not new in the personal finance community.  If you are unfamiliar with the concept, one of the best articles about this subject is from Financial Samurai.  Go ahead, read that article first…I will wait! While that article was written from a general perspective and gives sound advice, this concept […]

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Honey, I Shrunk The Budget!

There..I just dated myself.  If you remember “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” movie (1989), then consider yourself also dated! Regular readers of this website know about our big decision to move to India.  I’ve also shared in an update that our move and settling in went easier than I expected.  If you are new to […]

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Curdled With The Growing Indian Economy

Hi Everyone,  Namaste from India!  We came, we saw, we conquered!  Not exactly….but we moved and have settled in the world’s largest democracy.  Thanks to professional movers, good airline service and support received from my employer in transit accommodation, I couldn’t have asked for a smoother move!  I can’t help but wonder about how integrated […]

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Moving Somewhere To Retire? Don’t Kid Yourself!

The Internet is open to all but is also home to many cozy bubbles that distort reality.  It is easy to extrapolate a very specialized, rare thing to a much broader population just because you spend a lot of time within a small group who believes in that thing, talks about it a lot, plans to […]

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How Honest Is Your Town?

Where we live is a very important decision in our lives.  For those in high cost-of-living areas, it can motivate their FIRE-seeking journey and for others already in low cost-of-living areas, it makes their FIRE real or well within reach.  The world is full of interesting places with a wide variety of living costs. The earth […]

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