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Writers Haven - Iowa City, IA

Home to the University of Iowa, this small but growing city has a wonderful history of culture, particularly when it comes to the craft of writing. Downtown there is the Iowa Avenue Literary Walk with bronze plaques in the sidewalks dedicated to 49 literary lions with ties to Iowa. The State made it to Kiplingers' list of the 10 Cheapest States to Retire.   More »

Hire a Financial Advisor - Or Do It Yourself?

This article stems from a Member suggestion that almost everyone struggles with: self-manage your finances, or hire an advisor? Our panel weighs in, including Joseph, who makes an interesting statement that most people aren't qualified to manage their own money. More »

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10 Cheapest States to Retire

A new list from Kiplingers does a good job of identifying 10 states that are not only inexpensive, but have some good places to retire too.  More »

Affordable Pensacola, Florida

Located at the northwestern tip of Florida, Pensacola offers an amazing array of bays and barrier islands. The Gulf Islands National Seashore extends for 150 miles into Mississippi. And home prices are only about 60% of the statewide Florida median.   More »

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