Where are the best and worst states to retire?
Bankrate’s latest ranking of the best and worst states to retire finds the fun-in-the-sun places often associated with retirement may have drawbacks as we face aging issues and our savings dwindle. Retiree meccas like Florida and Arizona don’t come close to cracking our top 10.
Our top pick, New Hampshire, probably won’t be the best place to work on your tan, but it will provide many of the necessities for a comfortable and sustainable retirement.
How we rate the states
To rank the states according to what people say they want in retirement, we pull together data on these eight criteria:
• Cost of living
• Healthcare quality
• Cultural vitality
• Senior citizens’ overall well-being
• The prevalence of other seniors
Two of our categories are new: cultural vitality (whether residents can find fun stuff to do) and the prevalence of other seniors (whether it would be easy to find other retirees to hang out with).
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