Oct 8.  Welcome, to this week's newsletter.  As fall arrives in much of the world we hope that you are busy planning your retirement scouting trips for the winter. Be sure to start in our State Directories when looking for ideas.
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Residents of this town look up at Pikes Peak.  They are also justly proud of the US Air Force Academy in town. Open areas, parks, bike trails, and cultural activities also help make this a great place to retire.
Far too many people overlook the biggest asset they have - their home - when it comes to financing retirement. This article explores 3 ways that your home might be able to provide the comfortable retirement your savings could not.
WalletHub has come out with an impressive list of the best and worst places to retire. We say impressive because their criteria make a lot more sense than the usual random approach so many lists like this have. Here are the top10.
If you can afford to live in Connecticut there are few places in the world nicer than Madison. It's history goes back to Colonial days. The cool shops include one of America's top independent book stores. Plus great beaches andparks.
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