Retired letter carrier Steven Ramos packed up his house recently in Queens, N.Y,, to move to central Florida, where he estimates his living costs will drop by 80 percent. Florida, a perennial favorite for retirees, has seen retirement moves double since the recession officially ended in 2009.
Retired letter carrier Steven Ramos packed up his house recently in Queens, N.Y,, to move to central Florida, where he estimates his living costs will drop by 80 percent. Florida, a perennial favorite for retirees, has seen retirement moves double since the recession officially ended in 2009. MCT
Retired letter carrier Steven Ramos packed up his house recently in Queens, N.Y,, to move to central Florida, where he estimates his living costs will drop by 80 percent. Florida, a perennial favorite for retirees, has seen retirement moves double since the recession officially ended in 2009. MCT

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Retirees resume their moves to less taxing climes

June 29, 2014 12:00 AM

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