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Sure, many people don’t want to move to a new environment when they stop working, preferring to stay near family and life-long friends. But just as many dream of moving to a different climate or a more retiree-friendly location to live our their so-called “golden years.”  If moving to a new locale after retiring is on your horizon, this MarketWatch article by Catey Hill offers you insight into four great American cities where your Social Security check will easily cover your housing costs. Click here to read more.

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  1. I”d like to know How on Near $1,500 monthly, living month to month, I can afford the cheapest apartment if I must pay one month rent and one months deposit, equals $1,600. I had a room in a house that was sectioned into 5 rental units. THe hose was sold and we all had to move. That was 15 months ago, I am living in my car and it’s almost dead, overheating in 95 degree and even at 85 it overheats. When the car dies, I will go with it.
    I’ve tried every local, state and federal option and am in between on my income, so not eligible for any help whatsover to get a deposit helper. The lists for assisted living is 6 to 16 years, so thats no option now, and even rooms in the area are just as expensive as a 1 bed apartment.

    • Sorry about your situation. You may find it helpful to go to the website for the National Council on Aging at Here you can enter your zip code, answer a few questions and get a report which shows you all of the public benefits which may be available to you.
      Russell Gloor
      Certified Social Security Advisor
      The AMAC Foundation

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