July 1, 2019
The ferry dock in Wahkiakum County and the County Courthouse in Cathlamet. Money Talks writes that Social Security goes the furthest in rural locations like Wahkiakum County. Founded in 1854, it is the second-smallest county in the state, so seniors should think carefully about what type of nearby services and amenities they need before moving there. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for with a beautiful setting, particularly in the communities along the Columbia River.
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Northwest Prime Time’s annual round-up of Best Places to Retire in Washington State is upon us. Reporting from the usual suspects— Forbes, MoneyWise, Kiplinger, Where to Retire, WalletHub, TopRetirements and others— shows Washington retirement destinations falling off many national lists.