“Life in Panama is like being on a never-ending summer vacation.”
Sunkissed Beaches, Lush Green Mountains, a Sparkling City… Laidback, Tropical Living—all Below the Hurricane Belt and Yours on a Budget from $1,485 a Month.
You Can Easily Live on a Social Security Income Alone with the World's Best Retirement Program Lowering Your Costs Every Day.
Here's How to Find Your “Panama Paradise”…
Louise and Barry Belisle worked hard. When the stress, fast pace, and cold Montreal winters got to them, they'd fly off to Cuba for a quick vacation.
Finally they asked themselves, “what are we doing?” Fed up with the workaday world, they started researching their warm-weather retirement options.
A couple of days at an International Living conference had them excited about retiring overseas and thinking long and hard about the benefits of Panama.
“We didn't want to be far away on an island where everything has to be imported,” says Louise. “And Panama doesn't get any hurricanes, which is a plus. We came for a visit and the Casco Viejo area of Panama City reminded us of Havana, a place we love for its diversity. In Panama, everyone gets along. There are no prejudices or phobias, and that, to me, is very important.”
On that trip, Louise says, she and Barry eventually found their way to the beach town of Coronado, about 90 minutes west of Panama City.
“We saw a house there that really wasn't my cup of tea,” Louise laughs, “but Barry loved it. He was in the garden hugging trees while I walked down a corridor to the beach. What I saw took my breath away. This gorgeous sparkling beach… I told Barry this was where we need to be. We made an offer on the house that day.”
That was in December of 2006. A month later Barry started renovations on the house while Louise finalized the move back home in Montreal. The following October, she joined Barry in Panama.
“We've never looked back,” Louise says. Barry completely renovated the house, they added a bohio (covered terrace) and installed a massive swimming pool. “Too big,” says Louise, but adds that the house and its outdoor space is great for parties.
“We can get 35 people seated for dinner in the bohio,” she says. And they often do that. Louise is president of CASA, the Coronado Area Social Association, that supports all kinds of local social causes. Meetings and parties often take place at her home.
While Louise admits there have been a few learning experiences now and then, she says she can't imagine anywhere else that offers the quality of life she and Barry have found in Panama.
Everything you might want is here, she says. “And our cost of living… We have no debts. Our house, car, and furniture are all paid for. Our electricity is rarely over $150 a month, for cable, water, and garbage pickup we pay about $85. Food expenses…$650…entertainment is about $100. We have some miscellaneous costs of $250 a month, which includes cars, house stuff and healthcare costs, and $250 a month for our gardener and cleaning lady.”
She thinks about it for a moment. “Panama really is fabulous. Now that all the work on the house is done, Barry likes to say that life in Panama is like being on a never-ending summer vacation.”
How can you find your own Panama Paradise as Barry and Louise have done?
I'm Jackie Flynn, publisher of International Living.
Barry and Louise Belisle made a smart decision when they moved to Panama back in 2006. And they also made a smart decision to let International Living guide them along the way.
Through International Living, they got a fair-and-biased—yes, you read that right—a “biased” look at Panama that helped them make the best decision for their personal needs.
You see, International Living shares all the reliable truths and input you need to decide if a place like Panama is right for you. We don't share what you “want to know,” but what you need to know. And we introduce you to the experts who can guide you every step of the way.
I'd like to invite you to join me for a 'Private Screening' of International Living's 2019 Fast Track Panama.
This 'Private Screening' lets you attend, virtually via video, three intensive, eye-opening days with our experts in Panama, one of the world's best retirement destinations.
A key reason Panama is so popular, of course, is because its government welcomes you with a world-class retirement program. There's nothing else like it.
Panama's Pensionado Program is the most generous and appealing program of special retirement benefits you'll find anywhere in the world today.
And no matter which attractive resident visa you choose when you move to Panama, you can qualify for Pensionado Program discounts.
As a pensionado in Panama, you're entitled to:
You're also entitled to a one-time exemption from duties on the importation of your household goods (up to $10,000) and tax exemptions on the importation or local purchase of a car.
In Panama you can have it all: a cosmopolitan capital city with one of the world's largest financial districts…hundreds of miles of spectacular beaches…highland retreats with green valleys where the weather is spring-like, even in January and August…and there are never any hurricanes.
So please, don't put off your dreams of a better, less-stressful (and lower cost) life any longer…
International Living's 2019 Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening'
You'll discover everything you need to know about Panama to decide if it's your ideal retirement or relocation destination…
Dozens of knowledge and expert contacts can help make your move happen with confidence.
For decades now, International Living has been sharing information about all that Panama has to offer. As quality of life deteriorates elsewhere in the world, Panama just looks better and better.
The AARP says Panama is a “smart choice for retirees who want it all.”
Nowhere else can you enjoy such a comfortable life…with a year-round mild tropical climate, excellent medical care, fresh, healthy food straight from the farmer's truck…and a retirement incentive program that's truly welcoming of expats…
Panama is one of the world's most popular retirement destinations. There are so many more reasons it meets all the criteria on most anyone's “perfect overseas lifestyle” checklist:
Plus, there are many things that are unique to Panama that you may not be aware of:
The Washington Post says: "With all of its benefits and active expatriate community, Panama is among the most affordable and appealing options for retirees."
I'll explain more in a moment about how inexpensive it can be to live really well in Panama. But first, let me introduce you to a few more expats who've found their retirement paradise in Panama…
Thanks to Her Pensionado Discounts, Nanette Witmer Lives the Retirement She Always Wanted…on Just $1,100 a Month
Nanette Witmer (a single woman) says, “I knew if I was ever going to enjoy retirement on my terms, with my budget, I would have to look for a place to live that had a lower cost of living. And I wanted to live somewhere warm…a place where I could have my windows open all day…”
As she explains, she found what she was looking for in Panama—largely thanks to those special pensionado discounts she receives.
“To give you an idea of how the discount can help with everyday costs, I get hotel discounts of 50% off Monday through Thursday and 30% off for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
In Panama you are eligible for Pensionado Program discounts no matter what resident visa you have.
For instance, Nanette Witmer is in Panama on a 'Friendly Nations' visa,” (You'll learn more about this great visa option during your 'Fast Track Panama Private Screening.') No matter which visa you choose, if you are retirement age—55 or older for women and 60 for men—you will receive the Pensionado Program discounts.
“I went for mid-week outing to the beach. I didn't even make a reservation beforehand but asked for my jubilado discount when I arrived at the hotel. I was told the rack rate was $95 so I was charged $47.50 plus tax for an overnight stay. Not bad for an ocean view room.”
Plus, says Nanette, she gets discounts on public transport…and on domestic flights within the country and on international flights that originate in Panama…
She gets 15% off services in hospitals and private clinics. Medical doctor's fees are reduced by 20%. Dentists give a 15% discount. All doctor's prescriptions and over the counter medicines get a 10% discount, even including aspirin. And, that's on already lower prices when compared to back home.
The entertainment discounts are great too, she says. “I get 50% off tickets to movies, theaters and all sporting events like baseball games and soccer, so first-run movies that normally cost $3.50 set me back just $1.75.
“One of my favorite discounts is on my electric bill. When it's hot and I put on the AC, I don't think about how much it is costing me because I get a hefty 25% discount on my monthly bill.”
"I live alone and have found Panama is extremely safe. I don't think I could find this sense of community in the U.S. as a single woman."
Eating out is also cheaper, too, Nanette says. “Sit-down restaurants offer a 25% discount when you purchase a full meal. Fast food restaurants give a 15% discount. My favorite take-out large pizza that runs $10.99 drops to $9.34 when I use my discount.”
With its excellent infrastructure and healthcare system, no hail storms, tornadoes or hurricanes, and the low cost of living, she says, Panama ticked all the right boxes.
Nanette lives simply—you might even argue frugally. But she lives happily and without worry. And she says, “My budget for living in Panama is about $1,100 a month.”
“Adding up all the savings in a month…in addition to the already affordable cost of living…it's not hard to see how inexpensive living in Panama can be.”
Jim and Abbe Gault have also found “paradise” in Panama…
Like Barry and Louise Belisle did, Jim and Abbe Gault also attended an International Living conference…in Panama in 2014.
It was at that conference, Jim says, that they heard about a place that sounded ideal…a small-but-friendly typical Panamanian small town…with long stretches of nearly deserted beaches nearby they could have almost to themselves.
A move to Panama allowed Nora and Bart to retire at the ages of 57 and 52.
“We knew if we stayed in the States, we'd need to work full-time for another eight to 10 years,” says Nora. “We also thought moving to a foreign country would be an adventure.”
The couple chose the town of David, in Chiriquí province. “We can be at the beach, in a city, or in the mountains within an hour's drive.”
They rent a three-bedroom, two-bath home with a large, fenced-in yard for $700 a month.
“We use air conditioning in every room and our electric bill runs just under $100. Water and trash is $20. We pay about $60 a month for 10 Mbps internet and cable. Groceries and household purchases tend to run between $400 and $500. Phone runs us $22 ($11 each).”
For $145 a month for the two of them, they have worldwide health insurance that covers them in Panama and when they travel to other countries or back to the U.S.
They've only seen a doctor for minor issues, they say, but were impressed with both the quality of care and the costs.
“Office visits are just $12 without any insurance. That is not a copay. It is the actual cost of the doctor's visit,” Nora points out. “I paid $50 for a blood test and $20 for my antibiotics.”
Today, Jim and Abbe live in that little town.
“The town square is the center of activity,” Jim say. “Everything centers around that… We have markets, art festivals, celebrations, you name it.”
Just a few minutes away, he says, “You can go on the beach with a cooler. Let me repeat: There are no cooler police. I can drive my 4X4 on the beach at low tide and there might be four people on the beach and two of them have dogs with them. It's a far cry from what I am used to, growing up in New Jersey, where there were thousands of people on the beach.”
Plus, Jim says, there is plenty to do here. “Fishing, hiking, yoga, surfing, swimming. There are good restaurants where you can get lunch for $3.50 to $5 or dinner for $7 to $14. With a drink and a 10% tip, we never spend more than $30.”
There's a real sense of community here, Jim adds. “If there's a car broken on the side of road, people will stop to help. If you trip and fall on the street, people will pick you up. The locals have welcomed us and in turn, the expats get involved in the community. We've painted the fronts of homes on the main street and around the plaza and we help with spay and neuter clinics, to name a few…”
When you tune via video to the Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening', you'll learn how to turn the retirement you've been dreaming of into reality.
You may even find you'll be able to retire earlier than you ever thought possible.
You'll hear from the most-reliable, well-established Panama experts—attorneys with expertise in residence visas, property purchases, estate planning, and more…real estate professionals…healthcare experts…moving specialists, and many more. You'll also hear from long-time expats—like Louise and Barry Belisle, Jim and Abbe Gault, Nanette Witmer, and many others.
These experts and expats are committed to helping you make your move to Panama as easy as possible. (You won't find this level of expertise anywhere else.)
Let's Talk More About the Real Cost of Living in Panama…
You'll find your income goes much, much further in Panama than it does in the U.S. or Canada.
And that's despite the fact that Panama offers you a “no sacrifices” lifestyle. You'll enjoy modern shopping malls, supermarkets, spas and hair salons…and, importantly, state-of-the-art hospitals…to rival anything in North America. All the services and even most of the products you have at home…you'll find them in Panama.
Thankfully, they're few, but there are some:
Most everything…especially services…cost far less than you're used to. That's because the minimum wage in Panama is low and employers and workers don't have to contend with onerous taxes, insurance, and other fees slapped on everything they do.
So getting just about anything done in Panama is very affordable. As Jim Gault says, to have an electrician or plumber come to your house to fix an appliance, for example, typically costs just $20 to $40.
Even the lowest budget affords a very good lifestyle. For instance, you can splurge on a day of beauty at any number of salons. You'll likely pay just $20 for a blow-out and mani-pedi.
Best of all, you can afford to pay someone to do the chores you may not be too fond of. A housekeeper typically costs just $20 a day. A gardener may charge you $30 for a day's work.
A complete blood workup at that gleaming new Hospital Punta Pacifica I mentioned earlier (the most technologically advanced hospital in Latin America) is $36. A consult with a physician at this state-of-the-art hospital is $50.
At smaller-but-modern clinics, like Hospital America or Clinica Omega, you'll pay 50-75% less, and in rural areas a doctor's visit can be far less. As one expat has reported, a doctor's visit in her small mountain town costs just $1.
Remember, retirees on the Pensionado Program are entitled to sizeable discounts!
What about health insurance? Retirees who would be paying $1,250 a month or more—$15,000 a year—in the U.S. for health insurance with a high deductible say that in Panama, they're paying, on average, $3,240 a year for coverage—and that's with a deductible of just $250 a year. That's a substantial savings of nearly $12,000!
More time and more money to spend as you like…no taxes on your foreign income, no inflated healthcare costs, no more worries about outliving your retirement nest egg.
Here's How Much Your New Life in Panama May Cost You… Rent Included…
Many expats in Panama choose to buy a home…it's that affordable. But we recommend renting first to get a feel for things. So here's an average monthly budget for a couple living in the interior of Panama, outside the more-expensive capital city. (You can expect to spend 20 to 40% more to live in the city).
|Propane (cooking and hot water):||$6|
|Water and trash collection:||$13|
|Maintenance/fuel for one car:||$125|
|DirecTV (US channels):||$43|
Of course, your own cost of living will vary. There are cheaper rentals out there, especially if you look in smaller towns…
Nanette Witmer lives in David on $1,100 a month. Singles living in the beach town of Pedasi report they live happily on a budget of $1,200 a month. There, a modest one- or two-bedroom apartment can be rented for $400 to $600 and a car is not needed.
And if you buy a home and you don't pay rent, or you won't need a car, you can replace those costs with public transportation costs or some home maintenance--surely lower than what you may be spending now.
Another discretionary budget item is groceries and dining out. You may not spend this much, or you might spend more. It's is totally up to you.
And note that the miscellaneous budget item here of $300 includes health insurance and prescriptions. You may or may not have those costs…again, it's up to you.
My point: Whatever your budget, a couple can live very comfortably in Panama.
What About Real Estate Costs? “If you know where to look you can find a killer deal.”
International real estate expert Ronan McMahon—director of Pathfinder Real Estate and publisher of Real Estate Trend Alert—says that while there wasn't a spectacular crash in Panama City in the last decade, prices had risen too high, in his opinion.
Average rental prices in Panama City's nicer areas tend to range from $800 to $1,800, but a little legwork can yield some bargain results. And outside the city…in popular Boquete or in up-and-coming coastal areas, you can find rentals for half as much.
That's now changed, he says. Prices have leveled off and are particularly attractive in certain pockets of the country. If you've been on the fence about buying in Panama, Ronan says now's the time to take a look.
Pathfinder's managing director, Margaret Summerfield—who lives in Panama City herself—has this to say: "Panama is one of the best locations in Latin America for re-location, retirement or a vacation home. It's safe, stable, business-friendly and welcoming to foreigners…who have basically the same property rights as locals.
“There are properties to suit most tastes and budgets, whether you want a home or a condo, a beach pad or a mountain hideaway. And, if you know where to look…you can find a killer deal that will throw off fat capital gains and decent rental returns.”
Check out these bargains in exciting, cosmopolitan Panama City:
Prefer to live outside Panama City, where your overall cost of living can be much lower? That's where the real property values can be found. Like:
Beach living more your style? You, too, will be happy in Panama:
Your Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' - which you can tune into from the comfort of your own home - will point you to Panama's best real estate bargains.
If you're ready to learn more about all that Panama has to offer…
Order Your 'Private Screening' Today
Your Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' will introduce you to the Panama experts…attorneys, insurance professionals, construction and real estate experts…who can help you better understand the many benefits and options Panama offers.
You'll also hear from others who've done what you're contemplating…like Jim Gault, Louise Belisle, Nanette Witmer…and many, many more. These are smart people. They say that the decision to move to Panama was one of the best they've ever made and they're ready to share their insights and advice with you.
And they certainly won't gloss over the challenges.
What Else Should You Know About Panama? It's Politically Stable and Economically Sound
You'll find mostly good news coming out of Panama. The economy—one of the fastest-growing in the Americas—is steadily chugging along, growing by nearly 6% or more every year for nearly a decade now.
That makes Panama's economy one of the fastest-growing in the world. The government's highly ambitious future-forward infrastructure agenda has contributed to the country's economic success.
Just to give you a small idea of what “all grown up” Panama is all about:
The New York Times says Panama's "laissez-faire stance on private property rights and entrepreneurship" makes it an easy place to invest and to start a business.
And if living in a county that values human rights and diversity is important to you, you should know that Panama has confirmed its plans to comply with a landmark Inter-American Court of Human Rights ruling that recognizes same-sex marriage and transgender rights.
Here's What's to Expect from This Unique 'Private Screening'…
While everyone comes to Panama for a different reason, believe me, we've got all the bases covered:
- Discover how little it really costs to live in Panama. Not via some theoretical budget, but from people who are already doing it. They’ll share their tips and secrets.
- Discover the best, most stable markets on the Panama real estate scene. Not from some agent's listing, but by hearing from the International Living experts who have assessed these areas firsthand.
- Get in early on the newest emerging markets where opportunities are to be found. Not by listening to salespeople, but by taking advantage of our market analysts' extensive experience.
- Learn what it takes to start up a business. Not from a book, but from expats like you who have come to Panama and done it themselves…and done it well.
Your Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' includes a FREE bonus session on Costa Rica so you can discover for yourself how these two popular expat havens compare and contrast.
- Find out about Panama banks, corporations, trusts and how you can benefit from the international banking sector. Hear it straight from the professionals who are guiding your fellow expats.
Get the REAL picture, not through any rose-colored glasses. Taxes, insurance, and visas are not the fun part of being an expat. But you need to know this part of the story before you take your next step in Panama. There are many ways that a move overseas…and especially to a country with benefits like Panama…can help lower your tax burden.
Our seasoned professional experts—with decades of experience in their chosen fields—will deliver the on-target information you need to get the real picture about living in, investing in, or starting a business in Panama.
More than 50 experts are featured in the Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening'.
Here are just a few…
Jessica Ramesch—your boots-on-the-ground guide in Panama
Jessica is International Living's Panama editor. She lives and works full-time in Panama and spends much of her time scouring the country and writing articles for International Living readers seeking a new life abroad. She'll share her firsthand knowledge that will get your own transition off to a smooth start.
Rainelda Mata-Kelly—Attorney, Mata-Kelly Law Office
When it comes to residence issues, tax law, corporations, foundations, banking, and real estate, there is no better authority in Panama. Rainelda will bring you up to speed with the practical information you need to know if you're planning to retire, buy a property, or start a business. And if you're setting up offshore accounts, corporations, or trusts, hearing what Rainelda has to say is indispensable.
Winton Churchill—can help you make a living anywhere in the world
Winton Churchill is founder of the Barefoot Consultants, an international training and consulting company that helps clients make a living from anywhere in the world by tapping into their own skills and career experience. “Today, you have the power and access to put your skills and abilities on the global market regardless of where you live or work,” he says.
Suzan Haskins—International Living Senior Editor
Suzan has lived in 7 different overseas destinations and she'll share the wealth of insider intelligence that comes with that. She'll help you profile yourself and choose the community that's right for you. She'll also share a step-by-step guide to follow before you ever leave home that will help ensure your success once you land in Panama.
Nanette Witmer—IL's Chiriquí province correspondent
Nanette visited many Latin American countries before settling in David, Panama's second-largest city, in 2012. As a researcher and writer for International Living, Nanette has her pulse on nearby Boquete as well as the gorgeous Chiriquí coastline, and she'll give you the inside line on this opportunity-rich part of Panama.
Our International Living experts have been quoted by The New York Times, USA Today, Forbes Personal Finance, The Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger's, U.S. News and World Report, Market Watch, ABC News, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Chicago Tribune, and many others.
Jim Gault—IL's Azuero Peninsula correspondent
Jim and his wife, Abbe, moved from Florida to the beach town of Pedasi in 2014. He'll explain why this emerging beach area of Panama should be of interest to you.
Rosalind Baitel—Promises Panama
Roz Baitel has lived in Panama for more than 30 years. She and her husband Allan Baitel (president of Kol Shearith Israel Congregation and vice commodore of Linton Bay marina) raised two children (now grown) in Panama. In 1999, Roz opened Promises Consignment Boutique—the first and only consignment boutique in Panama dedicated to charity fundraising. She'll offer her insights how to best adapt culturally in Panama and reveal the opportunities, benefits and challenges of starting a business in Panama.
Dr. Debbie Wong, MD, Punta Pacifica Hospital
Dr. Debbie is an internationally trained and board-certified surgeon at Panama's esteemed Punta Pacifica Hospital, affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine in the U.S. She'll offer you her analysis of the healthcare market in Panama and discuss your healthcare options there.
John McGee—President/CEO, Expat Global Medical
John's focus is on implementing quality, affordable, and customized health insurance strategies to benefit your individual needs when you decide to live overseas. He'll explain your best options for private global medical insurance.
Roger Petersen—Attorney, Petersen and Philps Law Firm; Costa Rica
Because we believe so strongly that now is the time to explore your overseas options, your Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' will include two extra bonus sessions about Panama's neighbor to the north. Roger will guide you through the benefits of and steps to legal residence in Costa Rica.
In 2001, International Living Editor Dan Prescher and his wife (and fellow International Living editor), Suzan Haskins, left Omaha, Nebraska, for the warmer climes of Latin America and they haven't looked back since. They've traveled all over the world in search of the best lifestyle opportunities and have themselves lived in Ecuador, Mexico, Nicaragua, and yes, Panama.
You'll also hear from people like yourself—people who have gone before you and can tell you what living in Panama is really like…
In this Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening', an unprecedented number of expats will share their experiences. They've bought homes, retired, started businesses, and more in Panama. And just a short time ago, they were in the same position that you are today.
This group of experienced Panama expats includes:
Louise Belisle and her husband, Barry. I've already shared some of their story. They moved to Panama from Montreal in 2006 and credit International Living with helping them. They live in the beach community of Coronado where they remodeled a home and say, “We're living in paradise.” Louise is President of the Coronado Area Social Association, and every month, hundreds of expats meet at her home to socialize and discuss ways of “giving back” to their new home.
Lorelei Kusin, who discovered Panama's Bocas de Toro area on the Caribbean Coast during a sailing voyage. She decided to make her home there and has opened several successful businesses in this attractive area of Panama. She'll give you the unvarnished truth about living and doing business in this part of Panama…the good, bad, and the in-between.
In addition to expats from these varied Panama locales—Panama City, Boquete and David in Chiriqui province, the Coronado beach area, the Caribbean Coast, and more—you'll also hear from expats from other communities of the interior and beyond.
And these successful expats are just the start. This 'Private Screening' will feature more expat speakers than ever before. The information and insights they share are worth their weight in gold.
This International Living 2019 Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' is a One-of-a-Kind Resource. Order now to avoid missing out.
International Living is the undeniable expert when it comes to digging deep into all Panama has to offer. For 40 years we've been doing the in-depth research…sending our writers and editors to every corner of the country to uncover the very best destinations for retiring, starting a business, raising a family, and more.
Money Magazine says, "Contemplating a move? Start here: International Living."
We've collected a rolodex of the most reliable, trustworthy, and best-informed professionals—and they'll offer you their insights and help you successfully streamline your own move to Panama.
Get started with the International Living 2019 Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' and you'll see all that Panama can offer you. From the luxury waterfront lifestyle, to a comfortable and enjoyable way of life that you can manage on a social security check. From the lush green mountains, to the dazzling beaches, to a city life that's hard to beat anywhere.
International Living has been reporting about retirement in Panama longer than anyone else. We make sure the expats and experts we introduce you to are the real deal and that the information we share is reliable and up-to-date.
This Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' is your BEST opportunity to discover all this country offers.
This unique resource will bring you up to speed on issues that you may not have known about before…updates on visa options and visa requirements, changes to the property tax exemption law, infrastructure upgrades, how and where best to achieve the most affordable lifestyles…
Think about it. If you had to gather this information on your own, you'd spend thousands of dollars, and months of your time to do it. After knocking on doors, searching the internet, sitting in lawyers' offices, and hanging out with real estate agents, it would still be impossible to assemble the body of knowledge that we've pulled together for this conference.
Frankly, this resource is a good investment of time and money for anyone who's considering Panama…well worth every penny.
Here's One More Important Thing to Consider
The moment you order your Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening', we'll e-mail you one of the most valuable publications about Panama we've ever developed.
We've created a special new report, called Stretch Your Budget and Live Life to the Fullest in These Top-Quality Panama Destinations—to deliver actionable information about how to lower your cost of living in Panama. It's delivered electronically to get it into your hands as quickly as possible, and it's completely up to date with concise, no-nonsense, and hot-off-the-press information.
Nowhere else will you discover the where, what, when and how of upgrading your retirement lifestyle in Panama. And if you're not ready to retire yet, even better. You'll soon know how your move to Panama will save you money and improve your standard of living right away.
Specifically, you'll get the inside line on:
The information in this special report (not available in our magazine, on our website, or anywhere else on the internet, for that matter) will save you thousands of dollars per year… But this report is yours for free—so that you can be as prepared as possible and hit the ground running upon your arrival in Panama.
Why is this important?
Because before even getting on the plane for Panama, you'll know what's what. You'll be able to get a jumpstart on preparing for your residence visa and you'll have had a chance to study each of the geographic areas, along with property examples and budgets for different lifestyles.
You'll know exactly where to focus your energies in order to make the most of it… You'll know which regions interest you, and what they cost.
Stretch Your Budget and Live Life to the Fullest in These Top-Quality Panama Destinations will be rushed to you immediately when you reserve your 'Private Screening'.
This valuable report is only available to attendees of the 2019 International Living Fast Track Panama Conference and for anyone who orders this 'Private Screening'. It will not be offered for sale.
If you'd joined us in person in Panama City for this live event, you'd have paid as much as $1,195. And that's before airfare, hotel, meals and so on.
Still—as attendees will tell you—it's worth every penny…and then some.
But you don't need to spend anywhere near $1,195 to come away with all the same insights, all the same answers, all the same intelligence that the folks in the room with the experts benefitted from.
We'll give you everything but the cocktails, really. And it's all yours right now…
We've created professional recordings—video and audio—of everything with the slides edited in so you can have your own private screening. Watch and listen just like you would if you were there at the event.
In fact, because you can replay anything you want and you can start and stop as you like, you're really in the driver's seat. You might argue it's an even better experience.
Because you can soak in the material you're most interested in—and do it in the order you want to, when you want to, playing and replaying sessions as often as you want to.
And you don't have to sit through the program all in one fell swoop, either, as you would if you'd attended live.
From a content point of view, this is—without question—the next-best thing to being with us at this event in person.
Plus, instead of paying $1,195 for a seat, you can log all the same secrets, tips, insights, and real-world guidance for less than one-quarter that price.
With International Living's 2019 Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening', you gain more than 18 hours of insights and insider information…current, up-to-date intelligence about what's going on in Panama right now.
That includes not only all the location-specific presentations, but also important insights about your visa options, healthcare choices, property rights, the world-class retirement program, the best communities for expat living…and much, much more.
Plus, along with the full audio and video presentations of every individual speaker, every group discussion, and every workshop session included as part of your Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening', you'll ALSO get the complete package of materials those who attended the conference in person received—
Reserve Your Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' NOW
This resource can put you on the fast track to the place in Panama that's right for you.
If you're at all interested, just take a look.
It Comes With Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee—Which Means You Have Nothing to Lose
This Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' is 100% guaranteed.
That means we guarantee that the guidance, advice, information, insights, secrets, tips, and more that you'll glean from our experts is designed to take you seamlessly from where you are now—to that place in Panama that's just right for you.
But if you decide—for any reason—that this Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' isn't right for you after all, just let us know within 30 days of receiving the resource and ask for your money back.
We'll return every penny. No fuss. No questions asked.
Fast-Reply BONUS $100 Voucher for Any Live International Living Event
And to sweeten the deal: When you order your Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' today, we'll ALSO toss in a $100 voucher good toward any upcoming International Living conference.
You can use it to attend next year's Fast Track Panama Conference (or any future International Living event you may be interested in). There is no expiration date on this voucher. It's good forever.
There will not be a more affordable time to reserve yours.
So please do so now…
If you're ready for answers…ready to pinpoint the spot that's right for you…ready to get an actionable blueprint so you have a path to follow from where you are now…to your ideal retirement locale in Panama…
Then I hope you'll give International Living's 2019 Fast Track Panama 'Private Screening' a try right now. Because in your just-right place in Panama, the climate will put a smile on your face…the cost of living will allow you to live better than you do at home…and you'll have the time and freedom to create a retirement that matches the one you see in your mind's eye.
Publisher, International Living
P.S: In recent years, The New York Times, MSN Money, Forbes, Kiplinger's, Business Week, and a host of other financial news sources have all reported on the value Panama offers. They all agree that what International Living says is true: “Panama is paradise for retirees and anyone looking to live better on less money.”
Order your 'Private Screening' now.