A BankRate survey conducted in 2017 has revealed the best and worst places to retire in. The best states to retire list areas such as Idaho, Utah, and even New Hampshire. The worst ones include states like New York and Arkansas. It was reported that over 47% of employees claimed that they would consider moving once they retire, especially if that means living in a state that is much more accommodating to retirees so that they can live more comfortably.
- New Hampshire, Idaho, and Utah are three of the best states to live in when you are retiring.
- Approximately 47% of US residents claim that they would be willing to move in order to retire in an accommodating state.
- Two of the worst place to retire are in the states of New York and Arkansas.
“To arrive at its conclusions, the firm considered factors that may be especially relevant to older adults, including health care quality, cost of living, cultural vitality, weather and well-being.”
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