5 Places in Florida to Retire on Social Security Check Alone

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Senior citizens are moving in flocks anywhere in the Sun Belt, and that’s probably why retirees love Florida so much. After all, it has everything, from warm weather to amazing beaches to great seafood and a reasonable lifestyle.

Even if major metropolises such as Miami can be a bit pricy, there are still many other low-cost towns and cities with high standards. If you want to figure out where to move to in Florida, make sure you check which cities are affordable for you with only one source of income. In this episode, we’re going to talk about Social Security. So, are you ready?

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3 thoughts on “5 Places in Florida to Retire on Social Security Check Alone”

  1. I live in SWFL and see a large influx of people coming in, it is straining resources. Sarasota is growing UP with a lot of tall buildings so even more people are moving into that space going up and out. It’s always a good idea to check the local resources, quality of water and pros and cons before committing. I’ve been in Florida since 1988 and it’s not slow and easy anymore. So many more people adds cars, traffic, more animal casualties and more pollution. Less wide open spaces to roam.

  2. I live in Florida and it is still slow and easy if you move into the right smaller cities and rural
    areas. There are some great small towns close by to larger areas. Prices are lower, traffic is
    not a problem and local governments work for the residents.

    Consider small cities as Mulberry, Bartow, Fort Meade, Dade City, Lake City, Plant City,
    Cedar Key, Wauchula, Sebring, Lake Placid, and many others. Many of these small towns
    have a good quality of living. Florida living does not necessarily meaning the “household
    name” communities.

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