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Old 05-26-2014, 05:21 PM
 
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there are a few parts to the video , this is another part of it, i think there may be a total of 6 videos but i will just post a piece .


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IM7rXU7HJNM
LOL, I was listening to this video and he said

"look, the way to build wealth in this country is to keep your money away from the government".

"taxes is the biggest factor that will separate people from their retirement dreams"
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Old 05-26-2014, 05:32 PM
 
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Does anyone know if they exist? I don't want to go thru list after list after list of best places to retire. I'd rather pay a professional who does this for a living to identify some areas based on my answers to many questions, and the possibly narrow down the list and start looking at actual areas for me.
It's really not all that hard to do this footwork yourself, both the affordability part and the "love it" factor. Even if a retirement planner found the most financially wise places for you to retire, how many of these would actually appeal to you? There's just too many factors that go into choosing. If you want the most bang for your retirement buck and don't want to die of summer heat or winter cold, maybe choose middle-Midwest (Missouri, Arkansas). Even within this limited area there is a wide range of terrain and lifestyle, and so a planner could not answer that part for you. On the ground looking and experiencing would be necessary.
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