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10 Reasons to Retire in Puerto Rico  

You spent many years or even decades working your nine to five, saving for the future, and earning an income so that you can get to this time in your life. When it comes time to retire, not only should you rejoice at all of your accomplishments, but you should take a few things in consideration before finding a destination to settle in. For some people, retirement means living near family and friends, whereas others it could mean traveling the country and abroad. Regardless of your plans, there are some things you should consider before finding the area you want to live in. Let’s take a look at Puerto Rico, which is an American territory with bountiful offerings that may suit your interests.
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1. Weather.

You may have spent most of your adult life working and living in areas that had inclement weather patterns and unless you lived in a desert, you are more than likely over poor weather. This is one reason why retirees head off to Puerto Rico; the weather is steady, reliable, and does not change very much. Ditch the cold weather and consider living in the tropical area of Puerto Rico where the average high temperatures range in the 80s and the lows dip between 50-70 degrees. If you suffer from arthritis, this could be a great option on your joints and the pain that comes with it.

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