Madison, CT (PRWEB) October 6, 2009
A favorite pastime for baby boomers nearing retirement is speculating about the best places to retire. But with so many different towns, areas, and types of retirement lifestyles to choose from, finding each person's best place to retire can be both intimidating and confusing. To help, Topretirements.com, "Find Your Best Place to Retire", has just released a unique Retirement Ranger calculator at http://www.topretirements.com/retirementranger/ranger_login.html. Visitors just answer the 11 quick questions on this fun and free quiz and presto - they're emailed a comprehensive list of the best towns, cities, and 55+ developments that fit their retirement preferences.
John Brady, President of "Topretirements - Find Your Best Place to Retire", commented about the new Retirement Ranger: "We're excited about the response to our Retirement Ranger. Of course people think it's a fun way to narrow down their retirement possibilities. But the most interesting reaction is when their profile recommends places to retire they never considered before".
To develop its instant recommendations the Retirement Ranger relies on the facts in Topretirements.com's extensive database of over 1000 best retirement towns and active adult communities. The short quiz ask 11 questions on January low temperature preference, interest in a low tax state, type of environment (urban, suburban, college town, coastal, mountains, desert, etc.), culture, state and region, etc. Once submitted, a personalized report of the towns and active adult communities that match their preferences is emailed to them within seconds.
Baby boomers come to Topretirements to find their best places to retire. The site offers detailed, user-generated reviews and lists of the best places to retire in the U.S. and abroad. Visitors will also find practical articles about how to choose a retirement community, a blog, and a popular Discussion Forum where visitors talk about various places to retire. Developers of active adult communities can publish detailed profiles of their communities on the site at no charge.
http://www.Topretirements.com - Find your best place to retire!
For more information:
Contact: John Brady