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You can live in these 5 awesome places for less than $40K a year

Housing and health-care costs are on the rise and seniors didn’t get a Social Security cost-of-living increase this year, which means that many retirees struggle to afford their lifestyle. But in some cities, it’s easier to live the life you want than in others, according to AARP The Magazine, which on Wednesday released its new...
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