2012 retirement guide on how to live well on less offers tips for baby boomers to explore
September 29, 2011
By Rita R. Robison
While I don’t think I’d want to live in Boise, Idaho, one of the cities recommended by Money magazine’s article “Five Great Low-Cost Places to Retire,” the retirement guide has numerous tips worth considering.
In addition to this article, Money’s October issue includes these suggestions for a scaled-back retirement:
- Fine-tune your budget to cut expenses.
- Turn time into money by comparison shopping and cooking more at home.
- Live smaller by downsizing your home.
- Move to a low-cost area such as Marquette, Mich., Cape Coral, Fla., or Danville, Ken.
- Work part time.
- Become debt free.
For more information, look for copies of Money magazine’s October issue at newsstands or your local library.
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