You Don't Have To Be Rich To Be A Snowbird--But It Helps
People who can afford to 'winter' in warm, sunny places are usually thought of as wealthy.
But according to Business Insider, one financial planner says you don't have to be wealthy to be a snowbird.
However, it does take serious, long-term planning.
Jeffrey Corliss is a financial planner based in Connecticut, and says the costs of snowbirding can add up quickly.
After all, you may have two homes to pay for, insure, maintain, secure, and pay tax on.