Welcome to Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for Nov. 29. As a reminder, the open enrollment periods for Medicare ends Dec. 7, the one for Obamacare on Dec. 15.
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Who wouldn't want to retire in Hawaii. This area located on the west coast of Hawaii is the center of the tourist industry on the Big Island. Kona is famous for its coffee as well as its beaches and beautiful scenery.
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Pompano Beach is lower key and more affordable than many of its neighbors like Boca Raton. Here it is possible to live near the water – either the beach or the intercoastal. There are apartment buildings, gated communities, or single family homes.
Our colleague over at MarketWatch, Paul Brandus, just wrote an article outlining 3 simple ways Social Security could be saved. Huge cuts are coming to SS in 2034 unless somebody does something. Way to go Paul - now if only Congress or the President would act!