Everyday 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65-years-old. With a total of 65 million native born Baby Boomers in the U.S., this number will remain steady for the next 15 years! Baby Boomers represent nearly one-quarter of the entire U.S. population. But nearly half of these Baby Boomers have little to no retirement savings. Most of the other half express real concerns that they will have to work longer than they planned for and suffer a standard of living much lower than they expected.
Over the last decade, retirement in Mexico has become an increasingly attractive option for people looking to stretch their retirement dollars and raise their standard of living. It’s also become a hotspot for retirees seeking out authentic and meaningful communities!
In this book you will uncover:
- Who these “Mexico Boomers” are
- The roles Ageism and Materialism play in their decision to move
- Where they live in Mexico
- How they’re actively creating authentic community
- How they’re saving money
- Why they refuse to leave
About the Author
Travis Scott Luther is an award winning Colorado writer and entrepreneur. He is also a former Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at Metropolitan State University of Denver and has served as Entrepreneur in Residence to the University of Colorado Denver.
Luther first became interested in Baby Boomers retiring in Mexico during graduate school. His Masters Thesis research contributed to the content in this book. He continues to be interested in U.S. expatriates retiring all over the world and continues to monitor those who have retired in Mexico.