65+ - The New Nomads

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Fort Smith, Arkansas. To afford to purchase another vehicle, she might find it necessary to pick up a part-time job. The BigUncertainty for the aging in relocating for a lower cost of living is this: That might not last.    For example, cities in southern Arizona had represented Paradise for retirees and the semi-retired. Then the middle class throughout California could no longer afford the state. They migrated to nearby states, including AZ.

The AAA Brand - Not What My Father Described to Me

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

I purchased it for $800, plus fees and tax, from Point Place Power Sport s in Toledo. That included a flat in Arkansas on my way from Arizona to OH. Soon after purchase, it wouldn't start. According to Nerd Wallet , maintaining a car puts us back, on average, more than $700 a month. Late last September, I decided to eliminate that fixed cost. Yes, I plowed the funds into my retirement account. The car I donated to Kars4Kids. And that was that.

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The New Nomads: Cheap Becomes the Holy Grail

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  What MarketWatch comes up with are: Bella Vista, Arkansas. That low-cost house purchased could be hit with high property taxes and insurance doesn't cover some kinds of damage from natural disasters. A 73-year-old - J.R. contacts MarketWatch about a retirement destination.    The specifications include: Gun-friendly. Affordable (at least more so than California where J.R. is currently located). Moderate weather. 

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