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 Topretirements eNewsletter
 December 14, 2011

In This Issue...

  • The Best Places for Culture and Art 
  • Boca Raton, Florida
  • An Overlooked and Surprising Financial Weapon
  • Bellingham, Washington

  • Picture above shows Mizner Park, a cultural oasis in upscale Boca Raton, Florida. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.
     
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    If you are one of those folks who love to get out and about with always something interesting to do, we've got a great list of places for you at our sister site, BestPlacesinUSA.com. Here you'll find a new article on the "Best Places to Live for Culture". The article also has links to related features like the best places for art, the best bookstore towns, and more.
     
     
    Speaking of culture, Boca Raton has as many cultural outlets per square mile as just about anywhere. Mizner Park, which resembles a Mediterranean suburban "town center", features many restaurants and is a cultural center for the city.  
     
    Click on a state to see reviews of 798 great retirement towns, plus a list of 1,580 active adult communities. 
     
    If you thought 529 savings plans were just for people with kids, you will be surprised. They turn out to be a very effective financial tool for retiring baby boomers for lots of good reasons. This guest article explains how.
     
     
    Kiplinger's called Bellingham one of the top retirement communities in the U.S.  It has Western Washington University and unbelievable natural scenery - from Puget Sound on the west to Mount Baker in the east. 
     
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