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The 10 Best U.S. Cities To Retire On Only Social Security Income

For many retirees, monthly Social Security checks are a lifeline. Indeed, according to the Social Security Administration, these payments make up at least half of all income for around three in five of the 65 million people that receive benefits. But with endless expenses from housing, utilities, transportation and health care, what’s a retiree to do with a limited budget? Here’s one answer.
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