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If you don't retire your debt before you retire from work, it's really going to cramp your style.
When moving in retirement, don't forget about the property taxes, condo fees and travel expenses.
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If you don't have the budget for a traditional vacation or pricey concert tickets, don't overlook some free and low-cost activities in your own backyard.