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 Topretirements eNewsletter
 December 8, 2010

In This Issue...

  • Mini-Guide to Retirement in Florida
  • Bratwurst at Fredericksburg (TX)
  • The Best Places for a Military Retirement
  • Raleigh, NC - The Under-Appreciated Research Triangle City

    Pictured above:  The skyline of lively Raleigh, NC, the state capitol and part of NC's Research Triangle.
    Want to know more about Florida taxes, real estate prices, or the best places to retire in the Sunshine State? Check out our one page Florida mini-guide to Florida retirement.  You'll find the practical facts to help you get started on your retirement search.
    Click on a state to see reviews of 610 great retirement towns, plus a list of 1,178 active adult communities. 
    If your stereotype of Texas includes 10 gallon hats and the Ewings of "Dallas" fame, Fredericksburg might help you do some re-thinking. Texas is many different places, with no better example than historic Fredericksburg. Settled by Germans, the town has done a first class job of preserving its elegant past. Now it's a tourist stop and a popular place for retirement. 
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    USAA, the insurance and financial giant, and have combined to produce a very thoughtful list of the best places to live for retired military personnel. Their picks consider the unique considerations military retirees should think about, such as pension taxation and proximity to  base exchanges and veterans and military hospitals.  The list contains some very unusual choices (e.g; Harrisburg, PA and Syracuse, NY), which is another reason we like it.
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      Raleigh, NC
    The Research Triangle region of North Carolina is known for its cutting-edge employers.  Another growth industry it has is retirement.  But one deserving town in the region that doesn't get much press is Raleigh, the state capitol. This medium-sized city is definitely worth considering. It is very lively, has plenty of cultural institutions, and a nice choice of active adult and 55+ communities.
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