Month: June 2011

Want Low Taxes? Move to Delaware

Delaware offers many great outdoor activities for the active adult, but more and more retirees are being drawn to the state because of the low tax rates. Keep reading to learn about this budget-friendly state’s world-class 55+ retirement communities.

Are Grandkids Allowed in 55+ Communities?

Active adults moving to a 55+ neighborhood often have concerns about whether or not children are allowed in the community. Here, we take a look at some of the misconceptions around and problems with having kids in a retirement community.

Live in America’s Happiest County at Triology at Monarch Dunes

Trilogy at Monarch Dunes doesn’t have an age restriction, but it does have a robust list of amenities and an enviable location that will appeal to active adults for retirement. The Shea Homes community is located within “America’s Happiest County,” and we’re taking a look at just why residents love living in the Nipomo neighborhood here.

From Full-Time Job to Full-Time Babysitter

During retirement, active adults might be looking forward to the extra free time they will have. While some retirees may want to spend that time with family, not all are ready to become full-time babysitters after shouldering a full-time job. Keep reading for some considerations for grandparents who may be shouldering childcare during retirement.

Location Sets Canal Walk Apart From the Rest

Canal Walk in Somerset, New Jersey offers many conveniences, and one of the biggest advantages is its prime location to major cities. If Northeast retirement in a peaceful 55+ community calls to you, keep reading to learn more about this pristine community.

5 Great Retirement Communities for Lake Lovers

For active adults hoping to retire on the water, there are plenty of inland communities with access to large lakes. Here are five of our favorite 55+ communities where water lovers can get to the lake in no time.

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