Thu, 21 Feb 2013 15:00:00 GMT | By Jason Buckland, MSN Money
Top 10 countries for retirement
If you're a Canadian in your fifties or sixties, you've long thought about retirement. What would you do? Where would you go?
Where are real estate prices low, and where is the cost of living modest? Where is health care reliable, and where is climate a plus and only a plus? In its 22nd annual report, International Living considered all those variables and more.* With data from its survey, here are the 10 best countries to retire to. Get your bags packed.
* Full list of considered metrics: real estate costs, special benefits, cost of living, integration ease, entertainment and amenities, health care, retirement infrastructure, climate.
Costa Rica Comes In #5!
Score (out of 100): 84.4
Costa Rica, home to 'pura vida,' is as well-rounded a nation as there may be for retirees In addition to affordable real estate (score: 89 out of 100), International Living reports Costa Rica also scores well on cost of living (87 out of 100), retiree integration (90 out of 100), health care (86 out of 100) and entertainment and amenities (94 out of 100)
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