Nov. 12.  Welcome, to this week's newsletter.  Your editor will be on vacation next week, so the next issue of this newsletter will be during Thanksgiving week.

We had a recent inquiry about howto find specific kinds of communities on Topretirements.com. We reprint it here because it illustrates the best way to find things on this site.

Q: Do you have separate listings of CCRCs (Continuing Care Retirement Communities)?
A: The best way is to use "Search" in the main Navigation. Once there go down to "Search Communities by Amenities" and select CCRC. You can also select by 30 other community criteria,  plus size, pricing, amenities, and state.
 
Thomas Jefferson's legacy lives on in this beautiful college town where the university he created, the University of Virginia, thrives. This area at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains is a great area for retirement.
 
Retire to a college town appeals to many people for a lot of good reasons. But you can do even more than that, you can retire to a community that is affiliated with the college or university. Here are some to consider!
This laid back old fishing village and sea port is on the Yucatan Peninsula.  It is 20 miles south ofCancun near the second largest barrier reef in the world. It is also considered very safe.

 
We all know people who saved and scrimped... and thenleft a fortune to someone else.  The fact is many children don't expect an inheritance, they'd rather you enjoy it now. This article has already generated some very interesting comments.
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