Belize Retirement News

July 10, 2015 - Huffington Post Names Belize One of the Best Places to Retire

I want to share a few interesting points from a recent article by the Huffington Post.

  • You might already know that Belize is a melting pot, with no ethnic majority and influences from many cultures. You might not know that one culture that has shaped Belize for centuries - the Mayan people - still represent 11% of the population and add a special vibrancy the country.
  • Have you ever tried Boil Up? Boil Up is a Belizean gumbo made with yams, cassava, tomatoes, onions, sweet potatoes, fish, pig's tail, water, salt, pepper, dough, eggs, plantains, and bananas. And it’s delicious.
  • Belize lacks a standing army and has never been involved in a real armed conflict. A peaceful history, a peaceful present … heading towards a peaceful future.

Cultural, food, and peace. And of course subtropical climate, white sandy beaches, and the kind of turquoise waters you see in TV commercials.

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And best of all: Belize really wants you.

The Belize Qualified Retirement Program (QRP) has proven to be very attractive to retirees, expatriates and other person looking to relocate to Belize. The Belize QRP is managed by the Belize Tourism Board and provides for a multitude of incentives for applicants that satisfy program requirements.

If you are considering retirement in Belize and looking for a Belize lawyer to guide the way, we can certainly help. All of our former clients have achieved QRP status after being advised by our office before, during, and after the application process. We provide the additional details, tips and guidance which ensure that that our goals will be achieved. Contact us today to learn more.


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