The country achieved a perfect score (100 points) on the lines of profit, discounts, and resident visa.
Panama regained the top spot in the International Index of the best places to retire, since Panama had lost last year against its eternal rival Ecuador.
In recent years, the two countries have disputed the honor of being the best retreat for US retirees.
To develop the index, International Living takes aspects such as cost of living, benefits, infrastructure, climate; certainly weigh factors when making a decision to American retirees when looking for a second home.
Panama achieved a perfect score (100 points) on the lines of profit and discounts, and resident visa.
A survey of US retirees living in Panama, estimated at 50,000 people, indicating that retirees in the country are entitled to discount in most shops.
They also stress that services such as water, electricity, medical expenses and purchase of medicines, adults above 57 years are entitled to a discount on your bill.
Added to this, they qualify fast and easy the process of obtaining a resident visa, compared to other countries such as Mexico and Costa Rica who occupied the third and fourth position in the index.
In total, the study looked at 23 destinations, the Latin American majority, but also other far away as Vietnam, Cambodia, Ireland and Malta.
At home, Coronado (Panama Oeste), Boquete (Chiriqui), Pedasí (Los Santos), Santa Fe (Veraguas) home retirement communities.
For Coronado, this community is known for its proximity to the capital and economic growth that record the surrounding areas with the construction of shopping centers. While Boquete stands out for its climate and mountain scenery.
Of the 10 categories included in the index, Panama beat Ecuador on 6 and tied for related healthy lifestyle. Although the Southern country beat Panama in the line of buying and renting because of the lower cost of property in tourist area
Panama received good score in the infrastructure dedicated to the health, not only in the capital but throughout the country, especially with the English proficiency by professionals of this branch.
As for the cost of living, excluding housing costs, they indicate that a couple can live in the country on a monthly budget between $ 750 and $1,500 considering internet service and pay TV.
Panama, according to the report, continues to attract retirees with the opportunity to lead a lifestyle that their nations of origin would be impossible to obtain.