Feb 15.  Welcome, to this week's newsletter.  Its format will be slightly different once we work out the final kinks in the transition. Stay tuned!
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More and more boomers are excited about retiring to this beautiful mountain state. Our mini-guide gives you all the background you need to start your planning.
Both of these states offer many fabulous retirement opportunities - but which one is better for you? In this article we compare and contrast the retirement attractions of these popular destinations.
One way to tell if an area is a good place to retire is by the number of active or 55+ communities it has. This area of NJ is a retirement magnet - Topretirements has reviews of 11 communities here!
A study from the Center for Retirement Research found that the financial problems of most states are not as bad as many people thought. Unfortunately there are 8 states which face serious problems paying for pension and other post-retirement benefits, plus debt service. Just something to consider when you choose a retirement state.
There is always a fascinating array of different Comments to our various Blog articles. Recently there has been a lot of activity on "10 Years Later: What We've Learned About Retirement", among others.  But the problem is that unless you subscribe to our Daily Digest they are hard to see - sometimes the conversations continue for years.  Check out the Blog and scroll through the comments after every article.
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Forward this to a friend.   If you have friendsthinking about retirement, please forward them this newsletter. They can get their own subscription to this free weekly "Best Places" newsletter, the Daily Digest, and the East and West New Community newsletters by going to our Newsletter sign uppage.

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