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Retire to St. George, Utah

When the time comes to start winding down, when you have lived your life and feel that it's time to put your feet up, you need to think about retirement.

The first question on your mind will probably be -- where?

You're not as young as you used to be and comfort and convenience are important.

If this is the way you are thinking, perhaps St. George in Utah will be the kind of place you are looking for.

Generally speaking, the cost of living in St. George is low, with property taxes amounting to less than 1% of the assessed value of the property.

For those who are buying their second home, taxes are a little higher.

St. George has attracted a number of people from California, who find that they can acquire two homes in St. George for the cost of the home they left behind.

Although there is an estate tax, the state of Utah is governed by federal laws.

Close to the Snow Canyon and a couple of hours away from Bryce Canyon, the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park, St. George also offers facilities for a variety of sports for people of all ages.

With golf courses, trails for walking, a swimming pool and tennis courts, St. George appears to have thought of everything for every kind of preference.

However, St. George is by no means a hotspot for athletes alone.

So if you are more inclined towards cultural pursuits, you'll find plenty to interest you in that direction as well.

Because Las Vegas is so close to St. George, it is easy for Tuacahn to attract prominent performers, who contribute richly to the cultural life of the community.

For people who enjoy quieter pursuits, the Dixie State College inside the town arranges trips and classes for senior citizens.

In the normal course, the residents of St. George make use of Las Vegas airport for their travel requirements.

Apart from this, there is a shortage of water and residents find it necessary to use water carefully.

Last but not least and particularly important to senior citizens is the fact that children are usually polite and treat older people with deference.






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