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Here is the Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for October 5. We are very concerned about the people who have lost their homes and livelihood as a result of Hurricane Ian. Please do what you can to help.

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Rio Verde, Arizona

North of Scottsdale, this master planned community emphasizes golf and outdoor recreation, thanks to its location near the Verde River and Tonto National Forest. More>>

Hurricane Ian Throws Snowbirds for a Loop

Hurricane Ian is tragic, especially for the loss of life and so many homes destroyed. But it will also affect the hundreds of thousands of snowbirds who head here every winter. Will those homes be available, and what can you do if not?  More >>

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What You Need to Know - Medicare Open Enrollment Starts

The Open Enrollment Period for Medicare starts soon. This is a critical opportunity if you aren't already enrolled, or if you want to drop or change plans, including Part D.  More>>


Highlands, North Carolina

If you are looking for an extremely beautiful place to retire in the mountains, you will find it here. After climbing a vista-filled road you arrive in this charming, very affluent town within the Nantahala National Forest. Communities in nearby towns like Cashiers feature golf and more.  More >>

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