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Help Boomers Retire in Latin America

July 06, 2016

Dear Mister / Madam President,

U.S. baby boomers often seem like Mexico’s fastest-growing imports. In the Lake Chapala region where I live, an estimated 10,000-plus Americans — or double that number, depending on the time of year — call the area between the cities of Chapala and Jocotepec home. While most come to take advantage of the congenial climate of the “Lake Chapala Riviera” and the lower cost of living, they are also in many ways special ambassadors of the U.S. — contributing to the local economy and involving themselves in local charities. U.S. expat retirement communities...

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