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Queretaro - Mexico

Located in Central Mexico, it is considered by some to be the safest in the country. It is becoming a popular retirement destination for expats. Queretaro has been declared a World Heritage Site and is home to many ornate Baroque monuments from the 17th and 18th centuries. More »

Best Retirement State - Arizona or Florida?

People often ask, what is the best state for retirement.  Between Florida and Arizona, it is a tough question - they are both very popular and have many good things going. This article will give you some facts to consider. Dueling States  >>

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Mini-Retirement Guide - New Jersey

Yes, there are some problems with New Jersey's retirement reputation. But for people who know the state and its many possible places to retire, it can be very attractive. Here are the facts and some ideas for where to retire in the Garden State.  More>> 

Atlanta Suburbs - Marietta, Georgia

This suburban town northwest of Atlanta is a good example of many places in the Metro that can offer an interesting retirement. They tend to have many active adult of 55+ communities, plus traditional neighborhoods to to live in, plus all the attractions of Atlanta neary.  Griffin, Cumming, and Woodstock are other towns to consider. More>>

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