Where to Retire

Where to Retire

America's Best & Most Affordable Places

eBook - 2011 | Seventh edition.
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Advises retirees on the most affordable places to relocate with information on safety, climate, housing, medical care, and transportation.
Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Globe Pequot Press, [2011]
Edition: Seventh edition.
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9780762769223
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xv, 351 pages).
Additional Contributors: Conroy, Teal


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carol3275 Dec 12, 2011

This book was kind of boring. I know "where to retire" is totally subjective. It depends upon a lot of factors - wealth, health, tolerance for heat or cold and probably more. It stuck with the safe bets for older people that have warm climates and people are retiring to in droves - Florida, Arizona. What about the Midwest? Don't think they would select NE Ohio because of the grey skies and amount of snow. However, this year has been very unusual weather-wise.

If you could throw a dart and retire anywhere and not have to worry about relatives or money, where would it be? I'd like to know too!

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