Retirement decisions are sometimes difficult. Your whole life will probably change when you are no longer heading out the door of your home at least 5 days a week to head to that job you may have had for years. When the time comes near, there are many, many decisions you are going to have […]
For years now, I have recommended to all my friends and readers they get their dental work done in Mexico. You can save thousands of dollars – sometimes even tens of thousands by getting your dental work done across the border. The concept is growing – as more and more people avail themselves to cheaper […]
Immigration Something for all of us to think about – immigration: In Arizona, Texas, and other states along the United States of America’s southern border, there is an ongoing dispute about illegal aliens – illegal (against a law), alien (a resident born in or belonging to another country who has not acquired citizenship) (distinguished from […]
IMSS – One Possibility for Health Insurance Coverage in Mexico… Well, friends, I really messed up sending out my email notice last week – some of you may have received as many as 4 notices, one right after the other – so sorry. When that happened, I just canceled the whole process and decided to give […]
HEALTHCARE AND FACILITIES – One of the most important things you should consider prior to retirement is the availability of sufficient, convenient, and simply put, good medical facilities located in the area you have decided to spend the best years of your lives. This is important whether you’re considering Mexico, Costa Rico, Tahiti, Belize, or […]
Yucatan Dick and I took a cruise out of New Orleans to visit Progresso/Merida and Cozumel/ San Miguel de Cozumel. It was only a five-day cruise, with two days in ports, so it was quite a fast trip – lots to do – lots of info to secure. There were weeks of preparation ahead of […]
Mexico again garners one of the top rankings for great retirement
Read about taking your vehicle to Mexico, getting one there, and which license plate you should use.
This email has been going around for years – now, read the right information.
Question – where do you feel safe?
Due to Mexico’s increased security at border crossings, new Federal regulations now require U.S. and Canadian visitors to present passports…
Explore Acapulco in this edition of Barbie’s and Dick’s cruise.
Mexico upholds vehicle laws.
In places formerly off-limits, foreigners can now acquire irrevocable and absolute ownership rights to property through a 50-year, perpetually renewable, and transferable, real estate bank trust called a “fideicomiso”.