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Lufkin, Texas

This town in southeastern Texas was one of the first to receive “Texas Certified Retirement Community Certification” several years ago. To get that certification the town had to meet several criteria to prove that is was ready to welcome retirees to this former All-American city.   More »

NC vs. SC - Which is Best Carolina for Retirement?

We have just updated prices, taxes, and demographics on one of the most popular articles of all time, "Dueling Carolinas: Best State for Retirement?".  It has generated almost 600 comments, and you can read them to find out what our Members like and dislike about various Carolina towns, as well as what it is like to live there. 

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College Town - Middlebury, Vermont

Located along VT's western border, Middlebury is a classically beautiful town full of culture opportunities. Speaking of Middlebury College, it offers  views of the Green Mountains and the Adirondacks.  The postmodern architect Robert Venturi said, "Middlebury looks like what everyone thinks an American campus should be but seldom is."

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Mini-Retirement Guide to Wyoming

Looking to live in those wide open spaces, and not have to worry much about taxes too? Wyoming qualifies on both of those counts (national parks and no income tax), in addition to having some of the most beautiful scenery on the planet. Here are the basic facts about retiring in this special state.

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