This is Kiplinger’s best and least expensive places to retire in the US. This is an interesting list see more
Retirees consider their ‘current selves’ when choosing a place to retire
Your current lifestyle, social network, health and economic demands stand a good chance of changing as we all age. Thinking and planning ahead to factor in age related changes is difficult but should be done. More thoughts here.
Top factors retirees should consider in choosing which state to retire in: Lifestyle is key. It is difficult to choose a state based on who you think you want to become vs what you really like. Being realistic about age related changes and the formal and informal support system are also key. Read more
Believe it or not it is not considering the distance family members have to travel to see you. read more
The stats seem to vary on whether people leave their home for a beach town or stay through blustery winter weather after retirement. This is an interesting article that ends with the correct assessment, that boomers want continued learning, community activity, and engaged and relevant doing altruistic work. more
The dollar is at record highs against several currencies: the euro, Mexican peso, Columbian peso, Dominican peso and the Brazilian real. Take a look at these six places to investigate owning property. more
You don’t necessarily need a million dollar nest egg to be a happy go lucky retiree. Retirees can face lower total costs even though healthcare expenses are often heavier for retirees. more