10 Best States for Retirement

WalletHub examined nearly four dozen metrics in all 50 states, in three key categories: how affordable each state is for retirees (e.g., cost of living and tax friendliness); the quality of life, which includes such things as the weather, the crime rate, and the quality of air and drinking water; and health care, which looks at everything from life expectancy and the well-being index, to medical workers per capita and the quality of public hospitals.
1. Florida
2. Colorado
3. Delaware
4. Virginia
5. North Dakota
6. Montana
7. Idaho
8. Utah
9. Minnesota
10. New Hampshire (No. 1 in “Quality of Life” category)

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