HOW CANADIANS RETIRE IN THE U.S.

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Astounding numbers of Canadians retire in the U.S. Many seek sun, weather or health. Others stay with family, or continue living near business and social activities. Some split time between the two countries. Others stay full-time. While there are millions of non-U.S. seniors in America, there is no easy “dead on” green card for retirees. Most senior Canadians use one of four ways. Each path requires some maneuvering . . . and pitfall avoidance. This article explains each method.

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