As you think about your “golden years,” where do you imagine yourself living? Would you choose an affordable house on a lake with room for visiting grandchildren or a condo near a golf course? Would you like to live closer to family and friends, or expand your horizons by moving to a new setting? What’s important to you: a moderate climate, recreational opportunities, accessible medical facilities, a modest cost of living, or favorable local tax rates?
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These, along with many other factors, can help you choose a retirement destination that will meet your personal and financial needs. Familiarize yourself with the advantages and disadvantages of potential retirement destinations. When it comes time to retire, you will be better prepared to make a well-informed decision. For questions or other retirement readiness tips, visit our website at makinglifecount.com or contact Joni Lindquist –email@example.com, (913) 345-1881.