May 2, 2014
"Kathleen, I really enjoyed the recent story from you. It was fun to read about you and Lief and how you met, plus I really liked Lief's rundown on temporary vs. long-term rentals. Very helpful! Great issue! "I know one might wonder about such a personal account, and I wanted to let you know I'm glad you did it...glad you shared your story. I've followed you for years. So for me this history was so much fun to read. Thanks." --Arlean K., United States
April 29, 2014
"Kathleen, I enjoyed your comparison of the nine countries' costs of living. Panama wasn't on the list. Does that mean that Panama did not make it in the top nine?" --Sylvia A., United States All things considered, we continue to rank Panama as the world's top retirement haven. For my "nine most affordable" list, however, I chose to include the three most affordable options in the Americas. Panama is no longer on that list. Panama remains affordable, but it's not the most affordable—or, again, even one of the three most affordable—in the region.
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