Pictured above: The peaceful campus of Washington & Lee in Lexington, VA
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Becoming a resident of new state might be a great retirement move. Here in Part 2 of our series Attorney Barton Smith answers some common questions about how to take advantage of a Florida residency. Many of these principles apply to other retirement-advantaged states.
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It's hard to find a town of 7,000 people that has as much going on as Lexington. Situated on the western border, it boasts 2 colleges (Washington & Lee and VMI), plus the Stonewall Jackson House and the Gen. George Marshall Foundation.
We've had some great questions and comments lately on the best way to find active communities and retirement destinations on this site. Here we answer the questions and provide more tips for how to find your perfect retirement spot, including how to spot a good rental.
Out here in west-central Montana you will find the busy town of Bozeman, home to 39,000 people and Montana State University. This college town is surrounded by mountains so outdoor recreation is top-notch.
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