I don't know of any magazines that come out with issues devoted to
retirment locations for high-income individuals, specifically, but the
following references should certainly provide you with some excellent
Where to Retire Magazine (published six times per year)
"Where to Retire tells its readers who's moving where, and why. It
goes beyond well-known, popular Sunbelt spots, reaching across the
country to spotlight smaller towns and undiscovered havens with lower
costs of living."
"Where to Retire is filled with vital information on climate, state
and local taxes, cost of living, housing costs, health care, crime and
other important issues. Plus lively and candid interviews with
retirees who have relocated, including their tips on what to look for,
and what to look out for."
Money Magazine Best Places to Retire
Money magazine comes out with a new list of places each year (best
places to retire, raise a family, best job market, etc)
You might also be interested in the following articles:
"The 15 Best Places to Reinvent Your Life - Baby boomers are
redefining retirement and leading the move to a new generation of
dream towns," By Grace Lichtenstein, Elaine Robbins, and Michael
Dupuis, May-June 2003
"Dream Towns," By Sarah Mahoney, July & August 2006
"We searched the country for five cities that offer culture, cachet,
or, in some cases, just peace and quiet. Oh, yeah?and it doesn?t cost
a fortune to live there
"Retiring to a College Town."
I hope these help!
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