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Re: Where do you want to live when you retire?

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Anywhere my grandchildren are

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l508156s wrote:

Why does the response to a post not show below the post I responded to???????? 

 

Why is there not a delete option. 


@l508156s - The posts show up chronologically, and even if you click on "reply" on a specific post, there's no automatic "link" connecting your post & the one to which you're responding.

 

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Re: Where do you want to live when you retire?

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Why does the response to a post not show below the post I responded to???????? 

 

Why is there not a delete option. 

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Re: Where do you want to live when you retire?

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You can pay it monthly thru your mortgage or once a year. Tax is not the same all over. Every county has it's own rate. I bought my house before the housing market went crazy and I pay $750 annually. The Florida county I live in has a policy that your home value cannot increase more then 2% a year based on what you pay. Florida also offers a $50,000 homestead exemption.
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If I had the money I would be a snowbird. Live someplace where it is not hot and humid 8 months out of the year. Come back home for the winter. 

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Leaning toward TN or maybe TX, currently living the dream in Indianapolis, IN.  Smiley Happy

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Very good point. Mexico is overall a beautiful country and its people are very friendly.
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Anywhere but where I am. I want to get to a place that is near my daughter and her kids since Taylor is the best one of them all!

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My wife & I moved down from Mich. to Sun City, Texas in Georgetown Texas.  It is a friendly active 55 & over community.  Lots to do & Georgetown is a great town.  Hot in summer but spring, fall & winter are great!

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I am planning on retirement soon.  I currently live in Pennsylvania.  Property taxes are high, and I live in a low tax county.  I looked at Florida, but it appears the property tax there is high.  Are the property assessed annually?  I will be bringing 4 horses with me so I will need acreage with house and barns.  My plans are leaning more to Tennessee at this time?

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