You can retire there.You will have to pay US taxes, unless you decide to become a citizen of that country.You will need to return to the US every so many years to retain your citizenship....and of course, you have to comply with the rules of the country you are in.....You will have no medicare insurance there......and if you return to the US, you won't have it unless you sign up for it day one.....signing up for it after 65 is extremely punative......There is lots on the web about residing in other countries for retirement.t.
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