Here is the Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for July 7. Thanks to everyone who responded to the article detailing Pamela's adventures and struggles after selling her beloved home at the start of the pandemic. It was heartening to see that outpouring of support and advice!
This college town (U. of Michigan) has a downtown widely used by surrounding communities as its cultural and entertainment center. There are music stores, sidewalk cafes, bars, bookstores, and shops. More>>
For a small state the Bay State sure has a lot of diversity. From Cape Cod on one end to the Berkshire Mountains on the other, it seems like there is a place for everyone. When it comes to taxes, there is a surprisingly friendly environment for retirees. Guide>>