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CBS MoneyWatch recently listed the 10 best places to retire based on criteria such as the weather, cost of living, and recreational activities. But here’s another way to figure that out — find the place that best meets yourneeds, however you define them.
To get the ball rolling, start by considering all the things you’d like to do during your retirement years. For instance, how important is it to live close to your family and friends? If that’s high on your priority list, then you’ve already narrowed your choices significantly. My wife and I currently live far from our first grandchild, who will be turning one in just a few weeks. As we plan our retirement, we know we want to be where our children and grandchildren are — that’s our most important consideration.
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