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Living on Social Security

Posted 03-27-2023 at 01:51 PM by Scarlett2

Originally Posted by 601halfdozen0theother View Post
I've often thought that if I lost all my money I could easily live in my community just on Social Security. Live in subsidized senior housing paying only 30% of my monthly income for rent that includes utilities, walk across the street to the senior center for free lunch 5 days a week, walk to the food pantry for free groceries for the two days cooked meals aren't available, garden in a free plot in the community garden, take the dial-a-bus to the dr. and hospital and other places, and walk to the library and parks for entertainment.

Those of you who choose to live in cities are f, ummm,would probably have difficulties, but these things are available in small towns all over the country. Something for others to think about.
Where do you live that you can walk to the library and grocery stores and where you don't need a car and you also have subsidized housing? It sounds like what I'm looking for.
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