November 4.  Welcome, to this week's issue . Should  you ever want to unsubscribe to this newsletter you can use this link to manage your subscription(s) . 

Note that since last week the Budget Bill was passed by both houses of Congress andthen signed into law by the President.  Among its other provisions, it helps prolong the health of the Social Security program by eliminating File andSuspend.

This town looms large in the minds of many male baby boomers, as this is where the hard to access (for easterners in the 60s and 70s) Coors Beer is still brewed. This former mining town west of Denver has  a very nice downtown.

It seems evenly divided: half of boomers love the idea of an active adult community, the other half abhors them. Please share your thoughts about the attractions and the pitfalls of this thoroughly modern kind of retirement living.

The capital and second largest city in Delaware is centrally located on the East Coast. Money named it one of the top 10 Great Places to Retire that won't break your nest egg in 2015. The State enjoys a tax-friendly reputation.

Check Out the Latest Blog Comments 
Several of our Blog posts are getting all kinds of interesting comments lately, as subscribers to our Daily Digest are seeing. Here are some of the posts with active comments (scroll down in each article to see the Comments):


We see enough comments from our Members and visitors to realize that many of you have very specific wants when it comes to finding your best place to retire.  Using our Advanced Search feature you can find places in each state that offerspecific amenities, types of housing, community size, winter/summer temps, etc. Try it, you might be pleasantly surprised.
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