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America's Worst States To Retire In - Bloomberg

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AMF13

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They seem to be most interested in cheap.
There are other things of more interest to me.
Three seasons of good weather. Yes, three! Winter is not desired, is one too many. :leeann2:
Mountains. Not too many people.

I am good where I am, except for the too many people thing. :peace:
 

Riick

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Delaware! We're Number 1 !!
Bloomberg thinks we're expensive, but never heard about our cheap R.E. taxes, or lack of Sales tax. :shrug:
I'm told free advice is usually worth what you paid for it. :beer:
 

AMF13

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Delaware! We're Number 1 !!

Read again. You are 25th worst. So 24 others are even worse, but 25 are better.
We still have 50 states, right? Where is the 25 best list? :peace:
 

Riick

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Whoops, wrong again.
 
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