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Old 27.04.2011, 21:19
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Re: Thinking of retiring in Switzerland

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For general advice why not google "retiring to Switzerland" or try www. micheloud.com who have pages of general advice on what you may need to survive here. I retired here 3 years ago from the UK and it was the best move I have made, At present the exchange rate is not helpful but hopefully it will improve a little in due course. Best wishes if you decide to make the move.
Thanks very much for your advice. I have done lots of burning the midnight oil looking at internet sites and, indeed, Micheloud was one of the first that I reviewed. Do you know how much they charge for their services and whether it is money for something that I could easily do myself?

It would be great to seek more detailed views from you on life in Switzerland as an ex-pat retiree. As I am totally new to forums, I don't know the convention of how to do this ... are we allowed to privately correspond?
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