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We hope all of our Members will complete our "Working in Retirement" poll.  We'll use the results for an upcoming article that discusses what our Members are doing about work in retirement, and what kinds of jobs, paid or volunteer, they have found. The more people who fill it out, the more reliable and useful the info. If you find this free newsletter and website a help, you can say thank you by making a donation of a few minutes of your time. Thank you!

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Working in Retirement Poll

We are curious - what percentage of Topretirements Members will work/are working once they retire? Full-time or part-time? What kinds of jobs are they finding? Please take this quick survey so we can report back with the results. Thanks!

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In the Desert: Las Vegas, NV

Retirees to this bustling area are never at a loss for something to do - inside or out. There is a wide range of excellent active adult communities to choose from in this enormous metro, which extends into North Las Vegas and Henderson. 

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Winter Park, Florida

This, the first planned city in Florida, claims it has more parks per capita than any city in the state.  The scenic Olde Winter Park area features small, winding brick streets, and a canopy of old Southern Live Oak and Camphor trees, draped with Spanish Moss.

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The Holy Trinity of Retirement

So many things rely on a three-legged approach to strength and stability. We think a successful retirement has its own holy trinity, with each of the legs having a complex array of things to think about. 

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