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Topretirements eNewsletter           
 March 21, 2012

In This Issue...

  • Like the Idea of The Villages But Not the Place: Some Great Alternatives
  • Horse Racing town of Saratoga Springs, NY
  • Don Stark Turns a Passion for SCUBA Diving into a Retirement Gig
  • Best Tax Town in America: Cheyenne, Wyoming

  • Pictured above: One of the many activities available at On Top of the World, an active community near Ocala that is quite competitive to The Villages.
     
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    Jim's question became a challenge: "We loved living in The Villages. But what are some of the alternatives?" Here's what we found when we out looking for communities with non-stop fun possibilities.
     
     
    Our friend Barry told us - you have to check out Saratoga Springs, it's "amazing". Well we did, and... it is!  For starters its historic track is a living shrine to thoroughbred horse racing. There are the mineral springs, Skidmore College, and more than 20 area golf courses. 
     
    Click on a state to see reviews of 819 great retirement towns, plus capsule summaries of 1,668 active adult communities.
    The latest in our continuing series of interesting baby boomer retirement profiles features Don Stark. Read about his fun retirement, and how he turned his passion for SCUBA diving into a maritime environmental non-profit. 
    Going Underwater
     
    U.S. News once named Cheyenne the most tax-friendly city in the nation. There is no state income tax, and in fact, the state is rolling in oil money. It's more than just economic attraction though: the nearby mountains offer every kind of recreation, and its historic district is nice too.
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