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Welcome to the Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for September 9.

We have had some terrific discussions in our Blog on a variety of topics lately, many of them made to articles published months, or even years ago. Some recents include: Reason for choosing a place to retire, followup from our March 2020 article on what one should do with your retirement portfolio, and 2021's Best States and Towns for Retirement.  Because many of these were made to older articles, the only good way make sure you see them is to subscribe to our Free Daily Alert. It has links to all new articles, comments, and new/revised communities and towns from the day before. Here is a link to today's issue.  You can subscribe here.

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San Juan Islands - Washington

If you have always wanted to retire on an island, the San Juan Islands in Puget Sound are your chance. Actually you have 450 chances, although only 4 of the islands have ferry service.  More>>

Warm Weather Most Important Reason For Location Choice

Lst week's instant poll found by a large margin that the number one reason for choosing a place to retire is warm weather or other climate issue. Thanks to the 300+ people who took the poll, and for your great comments. Read the Summary>>

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Social Security Trust Funds Affected by Covid

Covid seems to be affecting just about everything, so it shouldn't be any surprise that Social Security is yet another casualty. Millions of people lost their jobs and couldn't pay into the system, while others became disabled. The SS Trustees aren't sure how it will play out in the end, but here is their current projection. More >>


Signal Mountain, Tennessee

As the name suggests, this promontory near Chattanooga was used for signalling both by the native Americans and during the Civil War. It is very peaceful with outdoor attractions including the Cumberland Trail, Rainbow Lake, Edward's Point, and Signal Point  (a U.S. National Park).  More>>

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