What do you plan on doing in your retirement?
Perhaps you want to travel. There are plenty who just want to live in paradise and warmer weather. There are some who want to just live in retirement communities to live out their days in a group atmosphere.
Well, as it turns out, Washington State ain't it, chief.
According to Wallet Hub, Florida is the #1 place for retirement. This, you probably knew. Colorado came in 2nd place which was interesting.
Washington State, though, came in 8th place for worst place. Or 43nd place in best places which sounds way worse.
the absolute worst, though, is Kentucky.
Affordability, quality of life, and health care ranking were all taken into consideration when coming up with this list.
Did you know more than 1 in 3 people don't have a retirement plan? In today's climate 46% of Americas don't even know if they'll have enough money to retire. 39% say they'll just work until they day.
More stats from Wallet Hub:
45th – Adjusted Cost of Living
49th – Annual Cost of In-Home Services
37th – WalletHub ‘Taxpayer’ Ranking
21st – Elderly-Friendly Labor Market
39th – % of Population Aged 65 & Older
50th – Property-Crime Rate
26th – Health-Care Facilities per Capita
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