This brand new website has much of the important information to help you decide where the best places to retire are for you!
Here's just a little bit of the information you'll find at http://www.americas-
If taxes are an issue, you might want to consider one of the seven states with no personal income tax, Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. Two others, New Hampshire and Tennessee tax only dividend and interest income.
If continuing your education is important to you, you may want to consider Georgia. They offer their residents 62 and older free tuition at any of the public colleges and universities. The state income tax on retirement income is also being phased out and will be completely eliminated by 2013.
If you’re on a tight budget, you might want to consider one of the many mobile home retirement communities around the country for those 55 and older as one of your best places to retire.
Do you want to travel? Maybe the best place to retire isn’t any one place. You might want to consider purchasing an RV. You’d be surprised at how affordable it can be. In a poll taken by RVHometown.com, half of those polled said they live on less than $2000 a month.
So, do your homework and check with http://www.Americas-