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Publisher's Summary

Are you looking to retire or relocate on a fixed income? In, How to Retire on a $1000 Monthly Budget, we explore the state that offers retirees a jackpot of savings in the form of great entertainment and food discounts, no state income taxes, low cost of living, low housing expenses as well as being one of the most pension friendly and military friendly states in America.
Over 75 million Americans and over ten Canadian Baby Boomers agree that weather, safety, housing, healthcare, affordability, and entertainment will be a significant factor in any relocation decision. Don't hesitate and go on wondering if you could have or should have taken advantage of the opportunity. This audiobook will stir your imagination and give you new channels of information as you decide on one of life's major transitions.
©2013 Dr. Mickey Frazier Sr., DD (P)2013 Dr. Mickey Frazier Sr., DD
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1 out of 5 stars
By Susan B Sampson on 08-23-17

Misleading title

Unless you are planning to retire to Las Vegas, as the author recommended, this book is not of much value.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Frazier on 03-24-14

High standard of living on a modest fixed income

Where does How to Retire on a $1000 Monthly Budget rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is the best audiobook I have listened to on retirement because it addresses the concern of keeping a great standard of living and what is to be expected on a fixed pension, social security, military pension, etc. If you like eating out, swimming, boating, fishing at the beach or marina or going to events like concerts, sporting events and Broadway type shows, this book will show you a valuable and convenient options based on your modest fixed income. Overseas living in places like Panama and Belize with good programs is really not an option for most Americans and Canadians. If someone could show you how you could get similar benefits in America, would you still uproot your family and still go overseas? As you will see, your drivers license, state I.D. or military I.D. will be your ticket to most of those same benefits but in America.

What was one of the most memorable moments of How to Retire on a $1000 Monthly Budget?

The different programs available to locals. The free shows! Some of those tickets can cost over $200 each.

Which scene was your favorite?

Everyone thinks about the strip in Vegas, but the surrounding area like Boulder Beach and the Marina area at Lake Mead have a lot to offer swimmers, boaters and fisherman.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Yes, It makes you think about standard of living and comparing retirement locations.

Any additional comments?

Great to listen to.

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