Welcome to Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for July 12.  Today we continue our "Dueling Retirement States" series with a comparison of 4 Southern states for retirement.

We also bring to your attention a wonderful Post in our Forum, just the kind of thing we love to see. ArtD made a brief but helpful post to the Elizabeth City (NC) section about his decision to retire there. Please, if you have retired or considered retirement somewhere, the Forum is a great place to share your experiences. To view this newsletter online click here.

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On the Big Island: Hilo, Hawaii

We love this town on the southeastern coast of Hawaii's Big Island.  It has a small town feel yet there is plenty going on.  The ocean and nearby mountains and volcanoes make it interesting too.

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Dueling Retirement States: The Mid-South

Our series of "Dueling Retirement States" continues, this time comparing retirement in Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee.  These four states can offer a wonderful active lifestyle at a fraction of what it might cost in other locales.

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St. Simons Island, Georgia

This affluent coastal community is a perennial contender on our annual list of the 100 Most Popular Places to Retire. Golf and the ocean are big attractions, as is the laid back  atmosphere.

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Can A Yankee Find  Retirement Happiness in the South

This 2 part article from 2010 seems like the perfect complement to this week's Dueling Retirement States installment. More amazing than the article is the broad array of interesting comments it sparked - 369 of them! Lots of things to think about in there.

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