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International Living ranks this year's top 5 easiest places to move abroad for retirement or just for a change of pace.
One million dollars isn't some amazing amount of money. In fact, it may not even be enough for a comfortable retirement.
Many investors, even those who work with a financial advisor, have no idea how much money they would lose in a crash.