Nov 10.  Welcome, to this week's newsletter.   Whew, the election is over! No matter how you feel about it, at least you now have more time to plan for your retirement.

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Idaho is attracting more and more retirees because of its outstanding recreation and affordable prices. Our quick guide will help you understand the key retirement facts about the "Famous Potatoes" State, along with cities we have reviewed there.
Thanks to almost 800 generous souls who took a few minutes to complete our brief survey on active community preferences, we've got a ton of findings to tell you about. One surprise was your favorite amenity. Another was the overwhelming support for the idea of living in a private active adult or 55+ community.
This town got its name in the 1800s because it was a stop off before travelers entered the nearby mountains. Today it is having a resurgence due to the Swamp Rabbit Trail, a 20 mile multi-use greenway experience between here and Greenville. Budget Travel named Travelers Rest one of America's Coolest Small Towns.
There is always a fascinating array of different Comments to our various Blog articles. Lately there has been a slew of Comments made to our venerable "WorstStates for Retirement" article from 2014. But the problem is that unless you subscribe to our Daily Digest you might not ever see them.  Check out the Blog and scroll through the comments after every article.
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