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Hoooray! My state didn't make the cut! We're getting too many big city ya-hoos around the lakes here already!
Remember...Every state has its pros and cons....and there is no UTOPIA...so you just have to decide what best suits your lifestyle, likes, and hobbies...
Yep. That is why retiring and becoming a Nomad is the best solution. Follow the weather you prefer. Follow the hobbies you prefer. Chose the most advantageous state to register your home on wheels and vehicles in. Depending on your retirement income you can stay in resorts or squat on public lands.
I remember when "Forbes" was a respected publication concerning financial affairs and investments. After generational ownership, it appears to have to devolved into an internet flipbook.
Like all lists, I look at them as an opinion. What is the basis for your conclusion? Curious. 🙆♂️ Political agenda involved in their reporting?
The best place to retire in Massachusetts is anywhere else. If my roots weren’t so deep and my business not portable I’d be gone. Not enough people smiling and caring about each other. That and short straight sandy roads full of tourists, angry locals and much older drivers. What could possibly go wrong?
Wow! You are really out there on the cape! I'm heading up that way in August but will be up in Methuen and mostly riding in NH when I am there.
Trust me , there isn't any good place to retire in Oklahoma .
The climate? Where is the climate good now?
well... you don't have to pay state income taxes on govt pensions...there's that. Other taxes are low too. OKC and Tulsa are decent metros. Plenty of suburban, rural and scenic areas and lakes as well. Housing is very affordable. There are drawbacks but I'd violate the TOS to go there. A day's drive to the Rockies, Ozarks or Gulf. The climate? Where is the climate good now?Not seen you before, hopefully you'll make the Cedar Vale Rally.
IF you get invited
I'm retired so I guess it's set and done. I'd like a cabin in NM or Colorado. Perhaps a place on the beach in Port A.I'd consider moving to San Antonio, San Marcos or the Hill Country if Texas was a little different. By comparisons, I'd just as soon stay here and just visit. Same is true for beach and the mountains unless I could find a deal.
The best state is the space between your ears. If that is screwed up, all the rest doesn't matter.
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