These Are the 5 Best Eco-Friendly Places to Retire.

If you're thinking of moving to a green city, these 5 eco-friendly places in the US may be perfect for you. By Matt Krantz Finding the best place to retire used to be pretty simple. Lots of sunshine? Check. Affordable health care and housing? Check. But the list of what makes a desirable place

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5 Countries Where You Can Retire By the Beach for Less Than $1,500 a Month.

Who’s up for an adventure abroad? It's hard to beat retiring by the beach for less than $1500 a month. By Marisa Spyker Whether you’re five months or 15 years away from handing in that final two weeks notice, you’ve probably dreamt of the beachside digs where you’ll live out the best years

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Retire Sooner And Travel More, For Less.

You can retire sooner and travel more, for less. But, it does take a little work. Brad Barrett returning home to Richmond, Va., in October after a trip to Greece. He co-hosts a podcast that is popular in the FIRE (“financial independence, retire early”) movement.CreditCreditJulia Rendleman for The New York Times By Paulette

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These Retirees Volunteer Abroad.

They’ve crisscrossed Europe doing everything from picking grapes to teaching English. Betsy and Greg Ball are volunteering abroad in retirement. Photograph by Alberto Alicata. By PAT MERTZ ESSWEIN Profile Who: Greg and Betsy Ball, 55 Where: Stazzo, Sicily What: Working for fun and free room and board Did you have a plan to do what you’re doing? Betsy: Not exactly. When we retired

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Every Time You Go Online, Your Information Is Exposed.

What is PIA and why do I need it? Because every time you go online, your information is exposed. I use PIA on all my devices, including my phone. PIA is my choice of VPN (Virtual Private Network) because it does everything I want it to, without tracking my activities online,

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4 Under-the-Radar Countries Where You Can Retire for Cheap

They're rich in culture and have gorgeous scenery. Tuul & Bruno Morandi—Getty Images By ELIZABETH O'BRIEN Travel tops the bucket list for many retirees. But what if your wanderlust is of the more permanent variety? According to the Social Security Administration, some 400,000 retired workers collect their benefits abroad, with the average monthly amount among

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The Hottest Travel Destinations for Seniors

Unencumbered by work and kids, many retirees are upping their travel game. An analysis by Priceline found that boomers book the longest average length of stay on their vacations, relative to other age groups, and spend significantly more on flights and hotels than younger travelers. “Baby boomers are active travelers,” says Kevin O’Leary, senior

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Hire Help To Assist Older Travelers

These firms ensure that older parents or loved ones navigate the airport, are comfortable on a flight and arrive safely at their destination. Getty Images By MARY KANE, Associate Editor Kiplinger's Retirement Report For many older adults, retirement frees up time to travel, perhaps exploring places and sights long included on a bucket list. Or retirees

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Quadriplegic Man Helps Others With Disabilities Enjoy Boulder’s Trails

Topher Downham's trail guide is designed for any visitor, not just wheelchair users. It describes the level of accessibility for various trails and sites, the challenges a visitor will encounter on those trails, as well as the culture, history, and habitat of the area. Topher Downham wants everyone to enjoy the outdoor

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4 of the Best Wheelchair-Accessible Trails in U.S. National Parks

From rolling into the great, wide open to seeing gators up-close, these national park trails offer wheelchair users a variety of experiences. For wheelchair users, the great outdoors can often be a no-go. With frequent rough terrain and other unexpected barriers courtesy of Mother Nature, people with disabilities sometimes opt for

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