Pictured above: Lighthouse near Port Isabel
in the San Padre Island area of southern Texas.
Two weeks ago we published Part 1 of our "Social Security, What You Think You Know Might Hurt You" series. This week in Part 2 we discuss 3 little known but highly effective strategies that couples can use to maximize their benefits, and get cash flowing in at the same time.
Down in north central South Carolina, not far from Greenville and the college town of Clemson, is sprawling Lake Keowee. Retirees and second home owners are increasingly attracted to the shores and small villages along this giant reservoir, and we can see why.
Click on a state to see reviews of 835 great retirement towns, plus capsule summaries of 1,730 active adult communities.
People trust, and like, Skip Budge. Which is helpful in the new business he has created - driving snowbird's cars (and often their pets too) back and forth to Florida. We think you'll enjoy the profile of this retired Massachusetts policeman, who visits one coffee shop in South Carolina so often that the waitresses think he's a local!
This Retired Cop's New Gig
San Padre Island is an area right on the Gulf of Mexico and Texas's southern tip. Laguna Vista and Port Isabel are towns on barrier islands with great beaches and lighthouses. Harlingen is inland but nearby, another town perfect for retirement. It doesn't hurt that Texas has no income tax either. Click on the links below to see reviews of towns in this area of San Padre Island.
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