Planning for retirement is a crucial step in life. However, like a few other steps such as college, settling down for work, or raising a family; your options of location are open. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best cities for retirement in America. Continue reading Here Are The Best Cities For Retirement In America Today
There’s a lot to like about Idaho. It’s naturally beautiful, has a relatively affordable cost of living, and of course, there’s a lot of Boise State fans if you’re into that. However, if you’re planning on retiring in Idaho you may want to look elsewhere. Continue reading Planning on Retiring in Idaho? You May Want To Make Other Plans
Globally, the United States is one of the top 25 best countries in which to retire. However, not all states are equally as welcoming. If you are looking to retire in 2018, or beyond, there are several factors to consider. Continue reading Are You Looking to Retire in 2018?
According to recent data, millennials are spending more time living at home with their parents than previous generations. While it’s great having your kids home, supporting adult children is putting a large dent into many parent’s retirement plans. Continue reading Supporting Adult Children Cuts Into Retirement Savings
As more Americans reach retirement age, the question turns towards where to settle down. With 50 states to choose from, each has a few pros and cons to consider. However, when looking at several factors including healthcare costs, the availability of senior care, cost of living, and quality of life: one state emerges as the best state for retirement. Continue reading The Best State For Retirement Might Shock You
Starting the search for the best place for retirement? See how many years your savings can fund the average annual expenditures required to live there (based on a Cost of Living Index). Continue reading How Long Retirement Lasts with $1 Million in Every State