In today’s video we visit with two Retired Nomad Expats that have chosen to slow travel the world, also called roaming retirement or roving retirement, The average US Retiree on Social Security receives $1,600 a month, and a couple on Social Security receives over $2,600 a month. Norm and Kat spend around $2,200 a month as they live out their dream of world travel. A US Expat living on Social Security can expect a great standard of living in many countries such as Turkey, Serbia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Hungary, Poland, Spain, Italy, Philippines, Thailand, Ecuador, and many others when compared to the living costs in the US. If you dreamed of traveling as a nomad in retirement this video is for you.
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