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Top Ten States to Retire

New Hampshire
New Hampshire

No, New Hampshire didn't score high because of its weather. But it outperformed most other states in other categories. Its crime rate is the third-lowest in the country and it offers great quality health care, according to Bankrate.

source: money.cnn.com
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Colorado
Colorado

Colorado Best Places to Retire - A Guide . This website can help explain what it is like to retire in Colorado, and help you find the best places to retire in Colorado too. Overall Colorado is one of the top retirement places for baby boomers from all over the country.

Maine
Maine

On our retirement planning website, GangsAway!, we collect tons of info and data of retirement locations. Here is a short list of vibrant towns and cities in Maine that you might want to check out. And if you are from Maine or thinking of retiring there, tell us what you love about it.

Iowa
Iowa

Located in Floyd County, Charles City is the third best place to retire in Iowa. Charles City offers a safe city, with cheap housing. The access to doctors and recreation/fitness facilities is pretty good as well.

Minnesota
Minnesota

According to the organization, Minnesota has far and away the most senior housing units per elderly resident in the country: 125 housing units per 1,000 older adults, compared to the national median of 27. The next-highest state is Wisconsin, with 58 units per 1,000 older adults.

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Texas
Texas

Texas is the 7th most popular state for retirement at Topretirements, so it is no wonder that there are many best places to retire in Texas.

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Massachusetts
Massachusetts

Is Massachusetts, or for that matter, any of the New England states considered one of the best places to retire in the country?

South Dakota
South Dakota

How We Determined The Best Places To Retire In the Mount Rushmore State. To create our list of the best places in South Dakota to retire, we first used Census data to find all places in the Mount Rushmore State with a population of at least 5,000 that aren’t townships. This left us with 27 places from across the state.

Florida
Florida

The 5 best states to retire to that AREN’T Florida or Arizona The obvious answer to this retirement puzzle for many Americans is either Florida or Arizona. But if those aren't for you, consider these five choices: South Dakota, Wyoming, Virginia, Utah and Kentucky.

source: usatoday.com
Nevada
Nevada

Nevada Retirement Guide. Overall Nevada, population almost 2.9 million in 2015, has been one of the fastest growing states in the union, which means there are plenty of best places to retire in Nevada. Its population increased 30% from 2000 and the median age is 36.9. The Silver State attracts a growing number of baby boomers to retire in Nevada.

Wyoming
Wyoming

Wyoming is the best state to retire in, according to a list from Bankrate. The group ranked all 50 states based on weather, cost of living, crime, quality of health care, state and local taxes, and general well-being. Wyoming is at the top largely because it has the lowest tax rate in the country.

source: money.cnn.com
Tennessee
Tennessee

After rating all 50 states for retirement based on financial factors, Tennessee ranked fifth on our list of best states for retirees.

source: kiplinger.com
Ocean Pines, Md
Ocean Pines, Md

Ocean Pines Makes Forbes List of Best Places to Retire Posted on May 17, 2017 by Ocean Pines Association Forbes Magazine, a leading source for business news and financial information, has named Ocean Pines as one of the top places in the nation to retire in 2017.

Peoria, Ariz
Peoria, Ariz

What it's Like to Retire in Peoria: Peoria is a suburban town northeast of Phoenix and Glendale in Arizona. The population grew over 30% in just a few years, currently about 159,000 call Peoria home. It is one of the furthest out communities from Phoenix and is home to many active adult communities because of the availability of land.

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Port Charlotte, Fla
Port Charlotte, Fla

Port Charlotte is a suburban community to the northeast of busy Fort Myers, Florida. Located in southern Florida, Port Charlotte attracts many retirees who come for its warm winters - the average age is quite high at 49. Port Charlotte is an unincorporated town governed by Charlotte County.

San Marcos, Texas
San Marcos, Texas

What it's Like to Retire in San Marcos Located between Austin and San Antonio, San Marcos,Texas, is both a vibrant college town and a pretty riverfront town. Considered one of the fastest growing regions in America, and the seat of Hays County, it has a population of 60,684 (2015 census).

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Savannah, Ga
Savannah, Ga

Where to Retire in Savannah-GA and Home Prices: Many active adult communities are being built in the Savannah area (see link at top right). Zillow reports the median home value was $119,800 in mid-2017.

Summerville, S
Summerville, S

What it's Like to Retire in Summerville: The old town of Summerville, South Carolina makes for an interesting retirement community. This charming town of 45,000 has grown by 62% since 2000, it is fast becoming a city and suburb of Charleston.

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The Villages, Fla
The Villages, Fla

Florida's Friendliest Hometown. The Morse family founded The Villages over 30 years ago, with a vision to create a warm, secure and friendly hometown where all your retirement dreams come true.

Wenatchee, Wash
Wenatchee, Wash

Retire in Wenatchee, Washington? Overview: East of the Cascade Mountain Range in central Washington lies the picturesque, agricultural town of Wenatchee. It is bordered by mountains on two sides and by rivers, the Columbia and the Wenatchee, on the other two sides.

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