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Welcome to Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for September 27. Fall is here; now is a great time to use the reviews and articles at Topretirements to help plan your retirement scouting trips.

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McKinney, Texas

This upscale town with an interesting downtown and tree-lined historic district is just 30 miles north of Dallas. There is a college campus, a Performing Arts Center, and an 80,000 sq.ft. fitness and acquatic center to keep those baby boomer muscles in shape.

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What is the Better Plan for You: Original Medicare or Medicare Advantage?

The Medicare Advantage and Part D enrollment starts again on Oct. 15. So now is the time to evaluate if you have the right Medicare plan for 2017. Here are the pluses and minuses you need to know.

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Northern Neck - Virginia

Surrounded by 2 rivers - the Rappahannock and the Potomac - and the Cheseapeake, this quiet area of Virginia was home to 3 U.S. Presidents. There a number of small towns to choose from -  nearest big city is Richmond. It offers a low-key retirement yet close to plenty of civilization.

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Mini-Retirement Guide to New Hampshire

The Granite State is a popular place to retire - not just because of its relatively benign tax situation, but also because of its beautiful mountains and interesting towns and villages.  Here is our mini-guide to what a New Hampshire retirement might be like.

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