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Stepping out of the workforce and into retired life takes some adjustment. Changing countries when you retire makes that adjustment a tad more involved. If you're considering the idea of retiring in another country, you're in good company: Travel Market Report estimates 3.3 million baby boomers plan to spend retirement outside of the U.S. Choosing which country to adopt depends on your priorities, sense of adventure and need to stretch your nest egg. Factors such as the cost of living, climate and affordable health care can trump a language barrier, while web phone technology puts family visits a few clicks away, lessening the distance factor.