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Benefits of Retiring in Hawaii

By    |   Wednesday, 03 Jun 2015 08:02 PM

According to the Social Security Administration report in 2012, roughly 10,000 people retire each day, equaling out to about 4 million people each and every year. With the increasing amount of Baby Boomers heading out of the workforce, many will contemplate where to go next. For many, Hawaii and the big island could be the ideal place.

Whether your future plans already include the Hawaiian Islands or you are just in the beginning stages of your retirement, Hawaii has many natural and wonderful resources to help you take the leap when you are ready. From the food, culture, beautiful views, and state programs, there are many benefits to the islands of Hawaii, whichever one you decide to choose. Check out the list below to see if you should start packing your bags now.

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  1. Warm Weather
 - With the average daytime summer temperature being 85 degrees Fahrenheit. and the average winter temperature being 78 F, you will have no problem getting out and enjoying all of the beauty that Hawaii has to offer.
  2. Endless Possibilities
 - Hawaii boasts eight main islands – Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokai, Kauai, and Niihau – with enough activities and culture to go around. With activities like hiking, sailing, and touring art galleries, the islands offer up a variety of adventures for retirees to indulge themselves.
  3. Top-of-the-Line Meal Opportunities - 
Combining the cultures of Chinese, Japanese, Puerto Rican, Korean, and Filipino food with traditional Hawaiian food culture there is a plethora of meal choices on the islands. Whether you're craving Poke (raw fish salad) or Spam musubi (Japanese Rice Ball snack), you can be assured the ingredients the chefs are using are as fresh as they come, many directly from the ocean to the kitchen.
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  5. State Programs for Retirees
 - While there are no official retirement communities, Hawaii has created a multitude of programs to help retirees. The Aging & Disability Resource Centers of Hawaii makes it easier for older adults, adults with disabilities and caregivers to find long-term support, according to their website. The Center helps with such tasks as: home health care, meal delivery, housework, housing assistance, and transportation. They also help retirees find recreational resources to stay healthy and active.
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