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Now, when I talk about infrastructure I’m referring to transportation, public utilities like electricity and water, telephone, internet and mobile phone reception and access and not to mention the postal service.While all is widely available in the Philippines it does not always function consistently and in a manner your use to.The Philippines is the largest English speaking country in Asia. English is pretty much understood by all however in the rural areas it is not as common as in the cities, either way communication is not as hard as you would have thought.Most taxi drivers and shop assistants speak English.It is one thing to have a fantastic holiday and think gee I would love to live here, but it is another thing to actually live and breathe Philippines retirement.There is no doubt, like everything in life, there are pros and cons and retiring in the Philippines is no different.It's by no means an exhaustive list of the way to send money but will give you an idea and if you find a better way then please let us all know so we can share the information.Tropical Weather Retirement to me means relaxing and enjoying life and what better way than in a tropical environment.
If you find yourself in this situation, you can try to manage and maybe even control it with a bit of authority.
There are plenty of odd jobs that always pop up and what better way of getting them done than getting a family member to do them and pay them for it.
I’m sure it will not surprise you, requests for money whilst you are retiring in the Philippines, will cease, if they know that the only way they are going to get money is to earn it. Here your hard earned Dollar, Pound, Euro or whatever, will go a long, long way, further than you could possible believe.
Don’t for one instant think that a loan is to be paid back.
If you do lend money to a family member be assured from the start that you will not see the money again, it will be gone forever.Interesting question, maybe not as easy to answer as you thought.