Can you really retire in America and only spend $100 a day? Turns out it’s a lot more possible than you might think.
When I started this recent study with AARP, I’d expected only about 20 or 30 U.S. cities would be this affordable. But I was surprised to discover that most U.S. metro areas have [...]
There have been a number of news stories over the last two years about how the wealthy are fleeing states which have increased taxes on the highest tax brackets.
I’ll show you this line of thinking is not borne out by the facts, and is irrational to boot.
Here’s an example; a new story from [...]
Our Best Cities for Military Retirement and Second Careers study is a making a big splash in the media. The team at Fleishman-Hillard PR orchestrated a great campaign for our USAA-sponsored study.
A big front-page above-the-fold feature in USA Today: Job-Seeking Veterans.
Forbes.com featured a two-page story and a slide show, and the American Morning show on [...]
Coinciding with Veteran’s Day, we just completed an interesting study about the best places in the U.S. for military retirees to start a second career. Since most veterans retire from service in their 30′s or 40′s, they have plenty of time to start a new professional chapter in their lives.
So what are [...]
I was asked by the Post to explain why the DC metro has suddenly gained so many 25-34 year olds. According to the Census Bureau, DC is now right up there with hipster havens like Austin and Portland (Oregon).
DC Area Gains Young Adults
Reporter Carol Morello asked me, “Does this mean Washington is now [...]
It’s always nice to work with the Wall Street Journal, and recently I provided some insight for them on an interesting piece about the cost of relocating.
Here’s the link: “The Cost of Relocating” – Wall Street Journal