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Retirement Watch (Part IV) #196402

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 09, 2001
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The financial reasons why communities find retirees desirable residents noted.

(New Jersey: Dan Harris) The solutions for the problems of high property taxes for retirees examined; scenes shown from West Windsor, New Jersey; details given comparing the financial situations of a retired couple, the Harbourts, and a family of four, the Hurlburts. [Mr. HARBOURT, two SENIORS - ask why we should be forced to leave because of taxes.] [West Windsor Mayor Carole CARSON - says we could price our seniors out of the community.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Monday's segment previewed.

Gibson, Charles;
Harris, Dan

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