March 11.  Welcome, to this week's newsletter. Last week's article about "Your Worst Case SS Scenario" is at the heart of a new controversy over the fairness of the current Social Security program.  Perhaps it might even lead to an eventual reform of the system. We've updated the article with a link to the issue on Politico.
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This town south of Phoenix combines the warm winters of Arizona with the excitement of a college town  (Arizona State U.) You'll find plenty of good restaurants, shopping, and festivals. Plus the area has many interesting places to live.

There is a lot of new territory to reconnoiter when you buy a home in an active adult of 55+ community. Here is our list of 10 things you probably won't be told  - unless you ask. Knowing the potential issues in advance can help you avoid heartaches down the road.

Tax friendly Delaware is drawing a surprising number of retirees as new residents. Fast growing small towns not far from the beach like Smyrna are getting their share. 
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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