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Welcome to Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for Dec. 6  Final reminder, the open enrollment period for Medicare ends tomorrow!

The Senate passed a tax bill over the weekend, and it appears that both houses will approve a reconciled version soon. Once that happens we promise a look at how it might impact different groups of retirees, depending on where you live and your income.

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Carson City, Nevada

This, the capital city of the State of Nevada, is well situated near Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada. The population is about 55,000 and the elevation 4700'.  Outdoor recreation and scenery are both very good here in this no income tax state.

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Living the Retirement Life at Lake Tahoe

Our faithful correspondent Flo has done a bang-up job telling us what retirement might be like on along giant Lake Tahoe. This alpine lake borders on 3 states and has a range of communities and environments to choose from.

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Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

We confess that this charming small town west of Philadelphia was not on our radar before we saw some Members discussing it here.  There are museums, an amateur theatrical society, and a symphony orchestra. There is also a 106 acre park with an entertainment pavilion - plus, Philly is a short hop away.

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Which Is the Better Choice: New  or Established 55+ Community

A lot of people agonize over this question: is it better to buy in a brand spanking new community, or an established one that has been around the block enough times to work out the kinks. In this article we explore the pros and cons of both options. Pictured, a scene at Sun City Arizona, the original, which dates back to 1960.

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