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Topretirements eNewsletter           
 March 14, 2012

In This Issue...

  • Can You Afford to Retire (And What to Do If You Can't)
  • Clemson, South Carolina
  • The Hinands Retirement Journey to an "Intentional" Community
  • The California "Villages": Laguna Woods

  • Pictured above: A scene from the college town of Clemson, South Carolina.
     
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    It is no wonder Clemson is #80 on our list of most popular retirement towns. It's in a low tax state, and it has a major university that provides a steady source of youthful energy. It is also an easy drive to Atlanta, Greenville, and huge Lake Keowee.
     
    Click on a state to see reviews of 818 great retirement towns, plus capsule summaries of 1,664 active adult communities.
    We meet few folks willing to do the hard work of retirement planning - for both the near term and the longer horizon. Here is the retirement story of the Hinands, who visited 20 CCRCs before finding their dream, "Intentional" community. 
    Two-Stage Approach
     
    Near Laguna Beach in Laguna Woods is one of the largest active adult communities in the world, Laguna Woods Village. Some 16,000 residents enjoy life here in a variety of home types - from high rise apartments to single family units. The community, completed in 1986, is in many ways a smaller scale, California version of The Villages.
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