best places to retire 2013
The importance of retiring on a shoestring has grown thanks to changes in spending patterns among post 50s over the past
No, probably not on a Social Security-only retirement income. But if your retirement budget is a bit bigger, and you've dreamt your whole life of retiring with a view of the crashing Pacific from your terrace, I'd say this could be your number-one right-now choice.
Rent: $450 Basic groceries for a couple: $200 Electricity: $30 Water: $10 Gas: $10 Cable: $30 Internet: $40 Landline phone
There's also no ranking. According to Peddicord, all the destinations should be considered. After considering 12 factors
If you're planning to move to a more budget-friendly city (or want to see if your metro area made the cut if you're planning
When deciding where to spend your golden years, there are many factors to consider, from cost of living and employment opportunities