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Arizona among 2018’s best & worst states to retire

Posted by   /  January 23, 2018  /  1 Comment

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Unfortunately, almost 30 percent of all non-retired adults have no retirement savings or pension through [sic] no fault of their own. With this in mind, the powerful personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst States to Retire.

To help retirees find a safe, enjoyable and wallet-friendly place to call home, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 41 key metrics. The data set ranges from adjusted cost of living to weather to quality of public hospitals.

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  1. jim stack says:

    Florida is number 1??? with all the bugs ,humidity and hurricanes???

    Ranking Table of All 50 States

    Overall State Total Affordability Quality of Life Health Care

    1 Florida 66.79 1 5 20
    2 Colorado 66.17 23 8 2
    3 South Dakota 65.89 2 32 6
    4 Iowa 62.46 26 11 9
    5 Virginia 62.02 18 9 21
    6 Wyoming 61.66 4 30 29
    7 New Hampshire 61.51 29 14 4
    8 Idaho 61.39 11 20 25
    9 Utah 61.14 22 24 12
    10 Arizona 60.67 21 21 17
    11 Minnesota 60.66 42 1 1
    12 Wisconsin 60.46 32 7 11
    13 Montana 60.32 14 33 19
    14 Pennsylvania 59.54 28 4 30
    15 California 58.92 37 3 16
    16 Nevada 58.63 8 26 39
    17 Kansas 58.53 27 22 27
    18 Missouri 58.41 12 34 34
    19 Massachusetts 58.4 43 2 5
    20 Ohio 58.35 13 18 37
    21 Washington 58.32 34 12 18
    22 Texas 58.04 9 29 38
    23 Maine 58.02 36 10 15
    24 North Dakota 57.96 35 31 8
    25 Delaware 57.6 15 40 24
    26 Oregon 57.52 31 25 23
    27 South Carolina 56.81 6 38 40
    28 North Carolina 56.71 25 19 36
    29 Michigan 56.5 33 15 31
    30 Alaska 54.8 30 39 26
    31 Illinois 54.45 40 13 32
    32 Indiana 54.13 19 35 41
    33 Nebraska 54 41 27 10
    34 Connecticut 52.76 45 23 7
    35 Tennessee 52.63 5 45 44
    36 Oklahoma 52.44 7 44 43
    37 Georgia 52.15 24 37 42
    38 Maryland 51.94 44 17 14
    39 Vermont 51.5 47 16 13
    40 New York 51.16 46 6 28
    41 Alabama 50.55 3 48 48
    42 Hawaii 50.31 49 36 3
    43 New Mexico 49.76 39 42 35
    44 Louisiana 49.15 17 41 46
    45 West Virginia 48.29 16 43 49
    46 Arkansas 46.89 20 50 45
    47 Mississippi 46.28 10 49 50
    48 Rhode Island 45.14 48 46 22
    49 New Jersey 44.94 50 28 33
    50 Kentucky 43.06 38 47 47

    For the full report, please visit Wallet Hub.

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