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  Are you entering retirement fearing that you may not be able to make ends meet? You have a "little" equity in a home, or "some" savings but are paying rent. Or no savings and are paying rent. You know that you can't afford to stay in the high-cost area where you have been, but don't know where to go?  

  One of our volunteers  faced the exact same situation, and has created a special SeniorArk feature to show you what he and his wife did about housing as they entered retirement..  This section is probably not for those with lots of options. It is about going back to basics in housing in order to survive in retirement. No, he doesn't live in a van---down by the river. He lives in a nice home in a wonderful community. This article shows us that there are affordable places for retirees to live for

                                                        around $50,000.  

Read: Great Retirement Housing on Less than a Shoestring

October 14, 2014 -

10  Best Places to Retire on Social Security. U.S. News & World Report. Pittsburgh named as one of top.

www. Realtor.com
www.SmartMoney.com  discusses 7 Recession-Proof Cities Retirees Should Consider. A low-priced, great town in Pennsylvania
National Association for Home Care (HUD) U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development -  Info for Senior Citizens
 Wow!  Great Retirement Housing on Less than a Shoestring
Forbes:10 Most Stable 2007 Housing Mkts Nine things to consider when choosing a new retirement location
Senior Resource Top 10 Smart Places to Live  Kiplinger
5 Smart Cities for Retirees  Kiplinger 12 Great Places to Retire  Kiplinger

Top Cities in America for Seniors            

Bankers Life and Casualty Company

American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging
Homes and Communities -- H.U.D. Eldercare Locator
Information for Senior Citizens -- H.U.D. Medicare: Nursing Home Compare
Senior Sites ( 5,000 communities ) 50 Smart Places to Live    CollegeTownLife.com   
Elder Web  
Most Over/Under Valued Cities  Why Folks Are Retiring In Pennsylvania

52 Great Pennsylvania Retirement Towns

Go to Care Facilities BY STATE.      New SeniorARK Section, very limited: (Arizona, California, Pennsylvania, Texas, so far) Or go to Links/Government, and click on your state on the blue map. You may find more there.

Retirement Resorts The 15 Bohemian Bargains - Forbes
Most Overpriced Places In The U.S. 2006

Most/Least Risky Housing Markets

Places Rated Almanac has published its 2007 list of the "Most Livable Cities in America" 2007  Tax Ranking by State

"Where to Live and Play: 31 Adventure Towns"   nationalgeographic.com logo

20 States with  no ( only Pennsylvania ) , or reduced (19) , state income tax on retirement benefits.
Where are the Retirement Tax Haven States? According to Forbes, here they are.  
Reader submissions for inexpensive areas to retire.

 The allure of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

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