Welcome to Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for February 7.
Coincidentally, just after we posted our article on the plethora of best places to retire lists, TheStreet.com and MSN.com published a list that used the cities we came up with. Check it out at TheStreet.com The photos they found to illustrate our recommended best towns are incredible - makes us want to move there!
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Named by Money Magazine as the #1 small city in America, Fort Collins is growing fast. Located north of Denver it is close to mountains and skiing. The city has 60 miles of hiking and biking trails, and most major roads have bicycle lanes. More »
Although there are many ways to try to determine what are the best states for retirement, nothing seems more appropriate than looking at where retirees are actually "voting with their feet". Here are the top 10 states on the basis of net immigration of people over 60. There are a few surprises.
We think Vero can make an excellent choice for retirement. It is one of the quieter places on Florida's Atlantic Coast, and it offers a wide range of places to live. The ocean is great, and homes cost less than the national median.