Arizona Your Retirement Destination

Looking Forward to Retirement?

At some point in their lives, everyone looks forward to retirement. In retirement, you can finally become the person you truly are instead of the person you were in a job like setting. You don’t have to worry about deadlines, waking up early or getting up late. Unlimited leisure is at your fingertips. This is a great time for you to pick up a hobby or even work from home doing something you love. Household projects that you have been putting off can finally get worked on. This time is for you to spend time with your spouse, children, and grandchildren. The true definition of retirement is to be able to do all of the things you had hoped and dreamed but didn’t have time for. Plan the vacation of your dreams with the ones you love.

Why Retire in Arizona?

Arizona has always been a large retirement state for years. Over 50 years ago the first active adult community in the United States was built in Sun City. There are many positive reasons to choose Arizona as your permanent new home. Arizona is a tax friendly state which is ideal for those that live on fixed incomes due to retirement. Over half of the states in the United States tax your Social Security checks, except for Arizona. Arizona is known for its gorgeous canyons and parks. With all of the new free time, you will have you can visit the Grand Canyon

National Park and Red Rock State Park near Sedona. If you’re up for it, there are plenty of outdoor activities that you can now participate in. White water rafting, hang gliding, championship golf courses, fishing and even skiing in the winter. Phoenix, Arizona is more of an affordable city and very popular. Scottsdale is a higher end city providing amazing resort style living. Sedona is a spectacular and spiritual city. Flagstaff is a great choice if you prefer to stay out of high heat areas. Arizona weather is like having summer weather all year round. Arizona averages less than three inches of rainfall in the desert at thirty inches in the mountains. 250 days out of 365 are sunny each year. Scottsdale is home to the Scottsdale Culinary Festival. This festival showcases celebrity chefs, gourmet food, wine, and microbrews.