Where Will You Retire? Retirees and their incomes can be a boon for local economies. That's why cities across the nation are courting them. What do they offer? And where will you retire?
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Where Will You Retire?

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Where Will You Retire?

Where Will You Retire?

Where Will You Retire?

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Retirees and their incomes can be a boon for local economies. That's why cities across the nation are courting them. What do they offer? And where will you retire?

Ken Dychtwald, gerontologist; CEO of Age Wave (A think tank that studies aging trends); author The Power Years: A User's Guide to the Rest of Your Life

Tom Mullins, president and CEO of the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce

Gina Razete, land developer and builder; has created two gay and lesbian retirement communities