How to Retire Early and Travel the World… Even on A Social Security Check Alone

A month-long stay in a Caribbean villa…a winter spent in the Mediterranean sun…gourmet dinners out… your own housekeeper and gardener…

You don't need to be wealthy to enjoy "rich man" luxuries in retirement…you just need to know the shortcuts.

If you like to travel, my guess is that, stuck at home, you’re starting to think about where you’ll go when you’re sprung. That’s smart—because planes will fly again. And when they do, I’d like to think you’ll be on one to someplace wonderful.

Let me ask you a question: If you could afford the retirement of your dreams…what would your life look like?

Maybe you'd spend a few weeks (or a few months) a year in a sunny beach town…sailing, surfing, enjoying the warm ocean…

Or maybe you'd take a European escape each summer…dine with a view of the Eiffel Tower, grab a Guinness in Dublin, watch the sun set on white-washed Santorini in Greece…

Perhaps in your dream retirement, you'd have a second home somewhere it doesn't snow and embrace an "endless summer" lifestyle…

Or maybe you've always dreamed of traveling the world…watching the sun rise on the ruins at Angkor Wat in Cambodia…seeing the wildlife in the Galapagos Islands…playing golf on Portugal's Algarve…

Whatever your dream retirement looks like—keep that front-and-center in your mind's eye. Because I'd like to show you how you can make it your reality…on much less than you imagine.

You see, you don't have to be wealthy and famous to live a high-flying international life…to enjoy a retirement that's rich with experiences you've always wanted to have…to live in comfort and not worry about whether you'll outlive your nest egg

You just need to know the shortcuts.

When you do, you can live and travel like a king…and do it on a working-class budget.

Let me show you…

How to Spend a Week in Europe—No Charge

The truth is, all sorts of amazing shortcuts exist that can allow you to travel better than you do now but spend way, way less than you assume you have to.

I'm talking about little-known ways you can enjoy a genuinely international life…no skimping required. This is high-end travel without the high-end price tag…shortcuts that lead directly to "the good life."

Take Marsha. Last year she spent a week in the Spanish countryside—without handing over a single dollar.

"I strolled narrow cobblestone streets in a quaint medieval village," she says. "I learned to drink red wine from a bota (a goat-skin wine bag) and sampled renowned jamón bellota in a rustic bodega. As I savored the succulent, cured meat, I forged lasting friendships with fun, friendly Spanish people…and living that good life didn't cost me a dime."

All she had to do in exchange was speak English with local conversation groups.

You could do the very same thing…and not just in Spain. This vacation shortcut is yours to capitalize on in Italy, Germany, and Eastern Europe, too…

In Italy, you could stay in an 11-century abbey in Tuscany, a medieval castle in Piedmont, or a Mediterranean estate in Puglia…free…

In Germany, you have options in Bavaria and near Frankfurt. And one-third of the available spots are reserved for couples and for friends traveling together.

Here's another useful shortcut you should know about…

Stay in Luxury—for as Little as 10% of What the Guy in the Next Room Is Paying

You may not realize it, but—especially at high-end hotels and resorts around the world—there's a lot of wiggle room when it comes to what you have to pay.

Now, if you simply go to a fancy property's website and book your stay—the way most folks would—you'll pay top dollar.

But that is not what the cunning insiders who know the shortcuts do.

It's possible to save 40%…60%…even a full 90% off the regular price and have the very same luxury experience the guy in the next room is having. Only he's paying two, three, five, maybe ten times more.

Consider, just as an example, that you could stay at The Laslett , a decidedly upscale boutique hotel in Notting Hill, London, for $349 a night by booking a room on their website.

Or, you could use the smart shortcut I'd like to show you and pay as little as $79 a night for the very same luxury room.

That's less than half what you'd typically pay at a Courtyard Marriott in Omaha .

Yet you'd be smack in the middle of one of London's most iconic and sought-after neighborhoods—a spot known for its pastel Victorian townhouses, chic boutiques, antique shops, bookstores, and the famous Portobello Road Market.

The hotel is set in five adjacent townhomes, impeccably restored and blending seamlessly the elegant walls with contemporary flair—for $79 a night.

This is a shortcut that is incredibly reliable. And it serves up "rich man living" for pennies on the dollar, every single time.

You can use this shortcut to book high-end lodging all over the world…and pay a small fraction of what you'd expect it to cost.

My colleague Suzan has done it in several countries, including Mexico, where she's used this shortcut more than once to arrange ritzy accommodation for beach vacations.

"I've booked upscale hotel and resort stays in places like Cozumel (for $16 per night) and Puerto Vallarta (for $7 per night)," she says. "I paid just $1 for a seven-night stay at a luxurious beachfront resort in Nuevo Vallarta and then again at another one in Cancun."

This shortcut allowed her to book opulent resort stays for a week each time—for $1. A single dollar for seven nights in a luxury resort on the beach.

Right now, in the midst of this crazy pandemic—this shortcut really works. You can arrange for incredible, high-end travel experiences for pennies on the dollar—and take advantage of them in late 2020 or even into 2021.

That's what I mean when I talk about shortcuts that can change the way you experience your retirement…and hand you the perks of a wealthy man's lifestyle, even on a waitress's budget.

Shortcuts to a More International Life, No Fat 401K Needed

I'll say it again: You don't have to be wealthy and well-connected to enjoy life as if you were.

You don't need to have a massive nest egg saved up to live a fun, adventure-filled, international retirement.

You simply need to know the shortcuts. And that's what I'd like to show you.

Because when you know those insider tricks, you can do things you may not have even realized are possible, like…

  • Travel the world in high style for as little as $42 a day…overnights, food, and entertainment included. (Add it up, and that comes to well less than $20,000 a year. At home, you'd be scraping by on that modest budget, but with this shortcut, you can live large.)
  • Winter over with your spouse on a sunny Caribbean island—with the ocean a few blocks away—and do it for $2,500 a month or less, all in, including your housing, meals out, and entertainment.
  • Trim your travel costs to almost nothing by staying for free in all kinds of upscale retreats—could be a stately brick home in the U.K….a private beachside apartment with balconies in Australia…a blue-shuttered farmhouse in the south of France…
  • Cruise the world for free and have the time of your life—cocktails on board, visits to exotic ports, shows to entertain you. There are at least four legitimate ways to arrange no-cost cruises, and you can take advantage of them again and again…
  • Deduct your travel expenses from your taxes…and even get paid to travel…
  • Pick up Saks Fifth Avenue-quality clothing you can have tailored to your own fit and taste—suits, shirts, skirts, dresses—for a small fraction of what it would cost to buy them off the rack at home. It's like couture-quality shopping at Target prices
  • Spend less to cross the Atlantic on Cunard's legendary Queen Mary 2 than you would to buy an economy seat on a round-trip flight from New York to London—and enjoy seven days of pampering poolside, gourmet cuisine, theater, lectures, and more—on what is really an elegant, floating five-star hotel.

Revamp Your Retirement

My point is: You don't need to have a well-padded retirement account to do any of those things…you simply need to know how to arrange them…

My name is Jackie Flynn, and the organization I lead is well-respected for the ground-breaking research and work we've done over the last four decades on the subject of retirement.

Publications like the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, AARP, and Forbes1. contact us when they need an expert opinion about interesting and alternative solutions for stretching retirement dollars and for getting the most enjoyment out of your "golden years."

That's our expertise. And I'd like to share it with you.

My team has collected all our best shortcuts—the how-to secrets behind those I've just mentioned here—and more—in a special report called How to Retire on Permanent Vacation: Shortcuts for a Jet-Set Retirement on a Modest Budget.

I'm giving it away as a special bonus today. (And I'll explain how you get it in just a moment.)

But first, I want to give you a little context for what we're up to…

You know, these days, most people believe that a worry-free, adventure-filled retirement is something only the very wealthy can afford.

And that's understandable. After all, the retirement story you get from the news is pretty depressing. Traditional pensions are a thing of the past. Almost nobody has saved enough to support a comfortable, long-term retirement.

The advice the "experts" dish out is always: work longer, sock away more, and settle for less in your golden years. There's a certain "hope-for-the-best" mentality that sets in. And I expect even more people will feel that way in the wake of this pandemic.

But here's the thing: You don't have to settle for less and merely hope for the best. That isn't the whole story about retirement. Not even close.

You have options—good options—nobody tells you about.

Options that can allow you to expand your lifestyle in retirement and live a richer, more international, more exciting, more rewarding life…without saving another dime.

Consider this powerful shortcut, for instance…

A Glamorous Retirement on a Decidedly Middle-Class Budget

Emma and her husband Mark enjoy what can only be described as a jet-set retirement.

One year, they spent five weeks in a renovated, 15th-century villa in Tuscany, Italy, eating meals under a vine-shaded arbor…and enjoying the estate's private swimming pool, which looked out over the light-dappled hills.

Mind you, Emma and Mark aren't rich or famous. They just travel like they are.

In truth, they're regular folks.

Mark was a consulting engineer who worked with oil and gas companies. Emma retired from the financial services industry. They own a modest, well-kept house with raised vegetable beds and flowers in the garden.

Neither has a pension coming to them. But they figured they'd retire eventually…they'd saved a little bit and were smart about spending.

Still, they never imagined their golden years could be so glamorous.

Yet it is a glamorous retirement they're enjoying.

In 2012, they found themselves in London during the summer Olympics, staying in a historic home right in the thick of things with pubs, bakeries, and shops nearby…and with a perfect, secret garden out back.

For the last few years, they've returned each winter to a luxury hilltop villa on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia for a few weeks at a time. It's a gorgeous home with a lush tropical garden and an infinity pool overlooking Marigot Bay…the sort of luxury place you might see in a James Bond film.

It's all possible because they've tapped a powerful retirement shortcut that hands them "rich man" perks…even though they aren't wealthy.

It's a shortcut you could easily tap to upgrade your life, too…no special qualifications required.

Retirement Shortcuts to Instantly Upgrade Your Life

In fact, it's just one of many retirement shortcuts available to you—if you know to seek them out.

These are shortcuts that can dramatically improve your quality of life…allow you to travel all over the world if you want to…enjoy perks like a housekeeper or a gardener…see you staying at swank resorts…maybe spending your winters in the tropical sun… and do all of it for less than it would cost you to stay home.

…retirement shortcuts that can open a whole world of opportunity to you…a world full of adventure and fun…new experiences and luxuries…

I'm talking about a world that you probably assume is out of your reach.

But, in fact, you'd be surprised at how easy (and affordable) it can be to embrace those "rich man" luxuries—even if your budget is decidedly modest.

Take this shortcut, for instance…

Spend Less Wintering in the Tropics Than You Would Staying Home in the Cold

You might assume "snow birds" escaping the winter cold in places like Michigan or Maine or Canada have pretty deep pockets if they can afford an annual warm-weather escape January through March.

But that's not necessarily the case…

Take Gary and Mary, for instance. They'd had enough of frigid Wisconsin winters, so these days they head south to escape them every year—to an island in the sun where the beach is world-class, with talcum-white sand…

It's heavenly…yet they spend about one-third to one-half what they would if they stayed put in Wisconsin and braved the cold.

That's right. With this shortcut, it costs them less to winter over in the tropical sun than it would to stay home.

"We've been snowbirds since 2007. We love everything about it," says Gary. "In fact, I'm really not crazy about telling others how wonderful it is here. I don't want the island to become more crowded and lose its vibe."

"The weather is outstanding," he says. "The beach is one of the best in the world, and it's close to our apartment."

Now if you're like most folks, you probably assume a months-long tropical escape is, by definition, prohibitively expensive…a rich man's prerogative.

But it doesn't have to be. It all depends on where you go…

Karen and Greg, retired IT managers from Ontario, Canada, are solidly middle class…yet they, too, have used this same retirement shortcut to embrace an endless-summer lifestyle.

"The only ice we like is in our drinks," says Karen from a spot where the turquoise blue waters lap up on white sand beaches. They've traded in temperatures below zero and feet of snow on the ground for sunny days in the mid-80's.

"Over 100 days last winter it rained twice, for an hour each time," says Karen. "The weather is just phenomenal."

And that's not all that's extraordinary.

"The beach is one of the most beautiful we've seen. The blue. The warmth of the water. There are so many activities close by: charter fishing, snorkeling, diving. Just people-watching. And then there's the restaurants…we go out and eat every single day."

They're living well—really well—because this retirement shortcut just about doubles their disposable income . It allows them to "live large" all winter in the sun…on a decidedly middle-class budget.

You Could Turn Your Jet-Set Vacation into Your Everyday Life

What if I told you that you could easily afford to turn a jet-set vacation into your everyday life…and live like the upper crust 3 months, 6 months, even 12 months a year…no huge nest egg required.

I'm talking about a shortcut you can use to transform your retirement…

A shortcut that can hand you the perks of a wealthy man's lifestyle…even if you're living on a Social Security check alone.

Fortune magazine has called this shortcut,

"a way to double your retirement dollar."2.

According to the Associated Press , it

"can help make even a modest retirement income stretch further."3.

Kiplinger's Personal Finance proclaimed it

"might be the perfect plan."4.

AARP calls it a

"smart choice for retirees who want it all."5.

It's true. With this shortcut, you could afford to do things like—

  • Have a housekeeper, a gardener, a personal chef, or even a private driver…so you free up plenty of time to do what you enjoy…
  • Eat out every day of the week if you want to and never feel guilty about it…and even have money left over at the end of the month…
  • Join the local country club to golf and socialize…and revel in the perks of an upscale retirement that only the wealthy can typically afford…

As with all these powerful shortcuts I've mentioned…this one comes down to finding—and taking advantage of—good value.

And you have to know where to look.

Just imagine if, in retirement…instead of paying $833 for your monthly health-insurance premium, it could be $130 …

What if you could trade in that $500 -a-month golf club membership for $100 country-club dues?

What if instead of paying a housekeeper $130 to clean for half a day once a month…you could have somebody reliable and friendly tidy and even cook for you once a week all month long for just $80 total?

Now those numbers may seem unbelievable—but let me assure you: They're not. Not if you know where to go.

And you'll find the answers in How to Retire on Permanent Vacation: Shortcuts for a Jet-Set Retirement on a Modest Budget.

You see, in the right places overseas, life is so affordable that you can enjoy the perks of a rich man's lifestyle on a journeyman's budget.

Safe, welcoming, beautiful, good-value places exist today from Latin America to Southeast Asia to Europe…

Now let me say: I realize that most people equate sophisticated Europe with "expensive" Europe. But here's the thing: When you know where to go, you'll be pleasantly surprised at how affordable living in the Old World really can be.

Places where the climate will suit you…where you'll find the activities and distractions you enjoy…

And where you can live better than you do today for half what it costs you to stay home.

"We Live in a 4,000-Square-Foot Castle"

Take Rob and Wendy . They live in, as Rob puts it, "a 4,000-square-foot castle." It has three bedrooms, three full baths, and a half bath. The gourmet kitchen is a show stopper. There are 24-foot sliding glass doors that open the whole back of the house to the deck outside where the swimming pool is and where you can soak in a dramatic lake view.

They're situated in a spot where it never snows and the air is comfortably spring-like year-round, which means they can enjoy the outdoors 12 months a year.

These guys are living large. As Rob says, "Maid, gardener, pool guy… I haven't done laundry in five years. We live high on the hog, and we live in Paradise—for $1,750 a month."

And they're not the only ones…

"We Have a Full-time Maid who Does all our Chores and a Gardener Who Cares for the Yard"

Jack and Nancy have taken advantage of this same shortcut. As they put it:

"Our quality of life has greatly exceeded our expectations. We live in an upscale gated community and have a three-bedroom, three-bath house. We have a full-time maid who does all our chores and a gardener who cares for the yard…all for less than half the cost of a moderate lifestyle in Atlanta."

"I'm Enjoying a Freedom I Never Dreamed Possible"

Judith says much the same thing. She's not wealthy…she just lives like she is.

She's retired today, but when she was younger, she had a modest import-export business and worked as a consultant. She was in a car wreck in 1998, though, which left her on disability and in debt.

She'd figured she'd be living hand-to-mouth till the end of her days. But then she discovered this retirement shortcut…and everything changed.

Today she enjoys a genuinely lavish life with a private pool in her yard and a beautiful, well-tended garden. She has a staff of three part-time helpers—a gardener, a pool guy, and a housekeeper.

And she's enjoying all these perks on a budget of just $900 a month, total.

She says, "I'm retired, having a new beginning, and enjoying a freedom that I never dreamed possible… I can afford things that were not affordable in the past. I feel blessed every day…"

We'll show you how—and where—you, too, can trade up in retirement in How to Retire on Permanent Vacation: Shortcuts for a Jet-Set Retirement on a Modest Budget.

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How to leverage your house back home when you go overseas and offset the cost of your travels.

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