The weekend says: Moving to the mountains – on $ 18,000 a year

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It’s easy to imagine retiring to a beautiful place, but many other people likely think the same way, which means it can be expensive. As part of her Where Should I Retire series, Silvia Ascarelli helps a couple who want to retire and move to a small town in the mountains. The problem is that your annual budget, including rent, will be only $ 1,500 a month. Can be done.

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