Personal experience of the relocated: life in Alaska is not really what you imagine

Nicole Smith moved from the Midwest to Alaska about seven years ago. She was born and raised in Ohio, and although she traveled outside the Midwest for work and vacation, she never traveled further than Texas, Insider reports. That's why when…

Warm and inexpensive: top 15 cities in the US for a comfortable life in retirement

To help you with your retirement plans, GOBankingRates has scoured hundreds of US cities to find the cheapest weather-friendly locations, according to Yahoo. If you are retiring and you don't have an unlimited budget, this is not…

The building of the US embassy in Kiev was cleared so that it would no longer be suitable for a diplomatic mission

The State Department has ordered the destruction of network equipment and computers at the US Embassy in Kiev, which is being moved to Lviv, Voice of America reports. According to unnamed US officials familiar with the matter and internal correspondence, the State Department also demanded that the embassy telephone system be dismantled. Because of…

Change of residence and taxes in the USA: how to avoid an audit if you moved to Florida

Each year, more than 330 people move to Florida from other states. They leave mostly regions with high taxes, in particular, New York. From April 000 to April 2019, 2021 New Yorkers chose to become Floridians, including the 104th president…

Sun allergy: how an American woman survives a rare disease

When, due to a life-threatening allergy to heat, Carrie Schmitt could not get out of bed, she had to quit her job and move to another part of America in search of cooler weather, according to the BBC. This also prompted her to become an artist. Once hot ...

The search for a better life: why the Ukrainian returned to his homeland from America and why he wants to move to the USA again

Among the immigrants who move to the United States, one phrase is popular: “When you came to the States, you made one of the biggest mistakes of your life. But there is one more mistake, a bigger one - to leave the USA back. " Artem Shulyak made both of these mistakes and told DOU what it was like. Shulyak, DevOps in the company ...

Why do Americans move so often

Many Americans change their place of residence with enviable regularity. The average US resident moves 12 times in his life, according to data from the US Census Bureau. Lena Lukashova talked with people of different ages and professions, as a result of which she identified three reasons for frequent moving ...

The Movers turned the move into a nightmare: a family from Florida lived for 3 months in a new house without furniture, dishes and things

After three months of waiting for the company to move, a South Florida woman returned from Colorado to pick up her belongings herself. The Local10 edition described the use case in more detail. Isatis Pignero is a South Florida girl who recently found her dream job in Colorado. ...

Fears of immigration: 8 stereotypes that prevent you from moving to another country

“It seems that moving abroad is a pipe dream, available only to the rich and successful. But emigration is often hampered by stereotypical fears. Don't have money or don't know the language? Your problems are not unique, but a solution has already been invented for them. Continue to be afraid or quit ...

Money and land: 6 states that pay to go there

Moving is expensive. The process from assembling things, loading, cleaning and finding a new place to live is not cheap. In some cases, you will need free time as well as a lot of money. Writes about this CNet. Living in an expensive city can be ...

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