Retire Here, Not There

Santa Fe, New Mexico Joel Stein, a corporate bond broker from New York City, and his wife retired to Santa Fe in 1997. The reason: "It’s like a microcosm of New York but without the hustle and bustle," he says. "It's a small town but it’s sophisticated — there’s art, opera and hundreds of restaurants. It's a nice place to retire but it doesn’t feel like a 'retirement town'." Nicknamed "City Different," Santa Fe is indeed unlike the trendier Sedona,…

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10 Great Places to Live

10 Great Places to Live in 2013 Kiplinger’s "10 Great Places to Live." "This list is a nice representation of Americana," says Marc Wojno, Kiplinger's Senior Associate Editor, "and what’s so interesting about these cities is that they each, in their own unique way, offer opportunities for their residents and visitors alike." #4: Santa Fe, New Mexico With an unemployment rate of just 5%, its economy is bolstered by the tourism industry and government jobs, including the Los Alamos National…

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