I'm way out of my league, but you light look to see if the company can set up some sort of "deferred compensation plan" for you. If you google this you will find lots of info. I have no idea what your situation is, but if you will be out of the U.S. for most of your working career, then you need to check into the job history requirements to qualify for Medicare if you might retire in the U.S. There are specific requirements and not an automatic thing when you turn 65. Greg
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