7 edition of Choose a College Town for Retirement found in the catalog.
June 1, 1999
by Globe Pequot
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||330|
They picked a retirement community called The Pines at Davidson because Bob went to Davidson College. "We were very interested in a college town and we were interested in a small town, combination. A college town should provide you with a large pool of prospective tenants from which to choose. Rent Is Stable The high demand for rentals in these locations can keep rental prices in the area strong even when other parts of the housing market are failing.
As college is all about independence, getting off campus for a night on the town can be an important part of relaxing and de-stressing, making a college town’s quality of life an important factor to consider when choosing a place to spend the next four years. For this article, we’ve found 30 small college towns with great quality of life. Everyone's vision for retirement looks different, and yours might involve visiting exotic ports of call aboard a cruise ship. Planning to retire on a cruise ship can help you fulfill your dreams of traveling while potentially allowing you to stretch your savings further.
10 Best College Towns Our Top 10 College Towns list showcases communities with strong ties to the universities that call them home. These places offer residents a high quality of life thanks largely to the impact the college has on the : Mitch Kline. Sizing Up a College-Based Retirement Community Is a UBRC for you? Barbara Thomas, CEO of Kendal at Oberlin, says some people come in to her facility with a point spreadsheet comparing communities.
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This book might be of good use to a person with no idea of what college and university towns exist in the United States. But despite the great pains the author takes in the introductory chapter to tell us how many miles he traveled in researching it, for anyone -- like me Choose a College Town for Retirement book who has looked into the subject a little Choose a College Town will feel slim and superficial, with a decided tilt /5.
State College, Pa. State College may be in the middle of nowhere, but the area is hopping. A seemingly endless supply of events — cultural and athletic — seems to flow directly from the town's raison d'être, Pennsylvania State University (undergraduate enrollment: 46,).
Retirement can be a time of growth, or adventure, or complete relaxation. Where you spend your retirement years, no matter how you define them, has to be in a place that fulfills your ideal and meets your changing needs.
'Choose a College Town' introduces you to 64 college and/or university towns in 29 states across the United States.4/5(7). Columbia, Missouri, is full of activities for retirees. Tour art galleries and museums — or visit the city’s farmers markets.
Opportunities to attend various festivals and live music concerts are also available. Plus, there are plenty of hiking and biking trails, parks and golf courses. And senior citizens, ages 65 and over, can audit. Ap — For folks interested in an active retirement community for the mind there are few choices better than a college town.
With so many advantages, and a minimum of reasons why not to try it, it is not surprising that so many baby boomers are exploring a college town retirement. More than college towns reviewed. On these pages you'll find objective profiles of more than college towns and university retirement developments.
Just click on "Browse by college town. Our handy tool lets you select "University Town" and see only communities that are college towns - Oxford, Ohio. Austin, Texas. Berkeley. Get this from a library.
Choose a college town for retirement: retirement discoveries for every budget. [Joseph M Lubow] -- Retirement can be a time of growth, or adventure, or complete relaxation. Where you spend your retirement years, no matter how you define them, has to be in a place that fulfills your ideal and meets.
Retire to a college town and you can re-create that horizon-broadening experience and sense of adventure. from book clubs to volunteer opportunities. and retirement income is exempt from. Another benefit of a college town: the health care.
Joe Endrizzi, 73, retired from IBM and decided to stay in Rochester, Minn. Home to several universities, including the University of Minnesota at Rochester and the renowned Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, Rochester draws patients from around the world with its first-rate health care.
Baby Boomers with an insatiable thirst for knowledge are exploring the best college towns in the south for retirement.
In addition to the exciting colleges and universities, many towns cater to individuals over the age of 55 by providing lifelong learning courses at local museums and community centers to enhance their quality of life during retirement.
A recent column addressed the idea of moving in retirement. To be more specific: What are the pros and cons of retiring in a college town. The advantages, at first blush, are clear: a.
As more baby boomers approach retirement, one trend becoming more apparent is that a significant number of new retirees are looking at the prospect of choosing a college town as their retirement destination.
Consider retiring to a college town. College towns offer plays, concerts, sports and great food, plus the opportunity to keep your mind engaged through no-cost or. When it comes to retiring to a college town, there are literally hundreds of possible locations from which to choose.
Finding the right community becomes a question of which one best matches your. College Towns Can Be Attractive Later in Life.
William on that campus offers two courses to help individuals with retirement planning. Author: Amy Zipkin. College Town Retirement. The New York Times, Money Magazine and Kipplingers have all featured articles about this new direction in retirement living - retiring to a college or university town.
These town and cities have the vibrancy of youth and the cultural activities of a college or university. Most have good medical facilities; some world class medical training schools. Taxes on retirement income: Four states—Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, and Pennsylvania—exempt all or most retirement income (such as Social Security benefits) from taxable income.
Twenty-seven states tax some, but not all, retirement and pension income. Ohio, Oregon, and Utah provide a tax credit for these types of income. . College town retirement can also offer an affordable cost of living and access to top-notch medical care.
The downside: If you live near campus housing, you may be Author: Sonya Stinson. It’s the home of Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as well as the definition of a quote-on-quote ‘college town.’ Students make up nearly one-third of the city's population and the more than rich academic heritage has gone on-- over the centuries-- to foster one of the nation’s best communities for arts and culture.
Why Retirement Comes First. In the Baby Steps, Dave gives retirement priority over college savings for a reason. You’ll depend on your retirement savings to live, eat, and pay for shelter—the basics. If you’re not working, that money is your only source of income.
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Maine's largest city is just about the perfect size for a college town, reporting a total population of aro residents. It's also got a student-friendly age distribution, landing in the national top 20 for its percentage of residents agedand the city's infrastructure permits one of the highest rates of alternative transportation among all schools we surveyed.