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It depends entirely on what you like. If you have a lot of money and want to retire somewhere warm, a lot of people go to the Las Vegas area, Florida or Scottsdale Arizona. If you're looking for somewhere inexpensive to live that is also warmer in the winter, there are some communities around Northern Arizona, Southern Utah, New Mexico and Brownsville Texas that are a little less expensive and still warm... but maybe you like skiing and want to retire to Aspen or Park City. There are great communities all around the country. You just have to decide what you like. Retirement Florida of course. Its nice and warm and relaxed. I suggest buying a condo AWAY from the shore (for hurricane season).
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Victoria or in Vancouver are both great places to retire in Canada
Any where if you could lay your restless head for a good night sleep. Plymouth, MC Fort Collins, CONaperville, ILIrvine, CAFranklin Township, NJFisherville, VANorman, OKRound… Rock, TXColumbia/Ellicott City, MDOverland Park, KSFisher, INMackinac Island, MI
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Generally, one would agree a great place to live would include cost of living, job opportunities, school levels, low crime level, and geographically well located near the oc…ean, mountain or similar attraction. I personally view (within the US) Georgia, specifically North side of Atlanta a great place to live. Also, I would pick Utah's state capital and Houston, in Texas. It really depends on what you like in weather, such as whether or not you like cold weather or hot weather. Also it depends on what your interests are in life. California. There are so many famous, historical places to see. BEAUTIFUL weather and beaches. There are so many nice people to welcome you. It holds the highest economy in the US. It has some of the best voted places to live in, in the US (more than Colorado). It has the beautiful Pacific Ocean. It also has a low rate of obesity, and it is the most powerful state in the US. It has a high median income, well over the US median income, and it also has a higher minimum wage than the national set standard.
Grants Pass, Oregon No Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Earthquakes, Typhoons, sales tax. Lots of Forests, Rivers, Lakes, mild winter, fishing, hiking, land is cheap, many new medic…al facilities and retirement living options. The lowest cost of living in the U.S. is in the Midwest; in the world, Mexico is often mentioned. The best place to retire would depend upon your need and expectations in retirement , amount of savings, and ability to adapt to other cultures (also perhaps your ability to learn a foreign language and assimilate). Have you ever thought about retiring to Bulgaria? here are many reasons for this and the first consideration is a very low cost of living: Bulgaria is known to have the lowest cost of living almost anywhere in Europe. The education standards in Bulgaria are very high and medical fees are very low and of first class quality. You may find additional info at http://retirement-homes-bulgaria.com ''
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There are articles on this at money magazine, changing times etc. My Criteria would be: Not too cold Good Medical facilities University Town where there a…re a lot of free offerings: classes for elderly, free concerts, plays
It is all personal opinion but most people, and me, who have skied Vail, Colorado think that there is best. It has easy trails all the way down the mountain for beginners and …extreme terrain courses for others. But, most people go there so they can ski the famous Blue Sky Basin. It is on the back of the mountain and has some courses that let you "choose your own path" through the trees. I like it because it allows freedom and yields sick moguls. Also, dining is fairly nice. The best place to go is Two Elk Lodge because it has everything from burgers to pasta to salads. Plus, it tastes amazing. Then, at the bottom of the mountain there are three little shopping centers, Vail Village, Lionshead, and Golden Peak. Depending on where you finish skiing depends on where you end up but, you can always take the bus. Beaver Creek, another nice mountain, is also a good place to go. All in all, it is all opinion and you just have to go out and try different things and see which one you love best.
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It really depends on what type of longboarding you are doing. There are many different types of longboarding that need different types of terrain to skate on. For downhill the… best places are probably Colorado, California, and North Carolina. There are many great places to skate though. I am planning on doing a cross-country tour sometime to skate around the U.S. This is not close in the future but I will hopefully do this sometime in my life.
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There is a website called Free Annuity Rates that can help guide one to the best rate and best retirement annuity for one's own situation. Other websites offer similar service….
There are many options for retirement. The most popular form of retirement savings is through employer 401ks. Roth IRA's are also a great option for retirement savings.
There are different sources of information. Forbes has made a list with the best retirement plans for self employed. There are also websites specialized in economic affairs li…ke Bankrate, Klipinger or Nolo.
Some place to spend retirement money is as near as the nearest AAA office to get tickets to a train for an example to visit all the states in the United States if that has bee…n a life goal. Other places other than traveling to spend retirement money could be to help a granddaughter or a grandchild to enter college by paying the application fee to get the parents started on investing in their child's future.