RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Global Retirement Index 2022 by U.S. magazine International Living, which has been published annually for more than three decades, lists the best countries based on criteria such as cost of living, housing conditions, health care system, hospitality, and cultural environment of the nations, as well as indicators of a pleasant climate and good governance.
Unfortunately, Brazil is not one of the top 25 countries for retirement living. But other Latin American countries are.
The best place in 2022 was Panama, where US$1,650 per month, including rent, is enough for a couple to . . .