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Topretirements eNewsletter           
 July  25, 2012

In This Issue...

  • 20 Affordable (and More) Retirement Towns
  • Art Gone Wild: Marfa, TX
  • Our Ridiculous Retirement System
  • Tax Friendly: Middletown, DE

  • Pictured above: An art installation, a common site in Marfa, Texas.
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    What could be better than living in an exciting place from a cultural or recreational point of view, that also happens to offer housing prices at least 20% less than the national median? That's why you might like our latest list, 20 appealing towns that are very affordable. In fact, 10 of them have median home prices below $100,000.
    If not the most interesting little town in Texas, Marfa is certainly its most artistic. ABC named it as one of the "Best places to retire to you never heard of" in 2010. Tourists and art loving retirees come here for the Chinati Museum, plentiful art galleries, art festivals, and a theater. It all started when Donald Judd, a minimalist artist, arrived in 1971.
    Click on a state to see reviews of 864 great retirement towns, plus capsule summaries of 1,810 active adult communities.
    Americans are increasingly more responsible for their own retirements. But the bad thing is that most of us are doing all the wrong things to prepare. This article reviews a provocative article from an economics professor with a radical proposal to save us from ourselves. Incidentally, it provides you with a great chance to get on your soapbox and present your solutions.
    Delaware's reputation as a tax-friendly state with a lovely coastline hasn't hurt it. And those are probably two of the reasons while old farming centers like Middletown have become a center for new active adult communities. Middletown has a funky old downtown that seems to get better every year, plus new malls outside.
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