It is a regular on WalletHub’s annual ranking of the best places to retire, and it’s easy to see why. You likely know about the ocean beaches and enviable winter weather.
Don’t overlook charming and historic Charleston, South Carolina, when doing your retirement-community math. The city landed at No. 2 on WalletHub’s list.
If you’re OK with triple-digit temperatures all summer long, Scottsdale, Arizona, could be your retirement hot spot. The city is No. 3 on WalletHub’s list.
Mickey Mouse has a little place in Orlando, and maybe that city would make a mice place for you, too.
Ski-haven Colorado’s capital city may not be the first that jumps to mind when you think of retirees, but Denver handily beat out warmer places.
Dynamic Cincinnati is new to WalletHub’s top 10 this year. The Ohio city may not have the warm weather and beaches of Florida, but it scores in other ways.
Sunny Tampa, Florida, is a regular in the WalletHub annual analysis. Its No. 8 ranking in the activities category helped it stay where it is.
If Miami was good enough for the Golden Girls’ retirement, maybe it’s just right for you, too.
Georgia’s capital city came in at No. 10 on the list, and this peachy keen town has plenty of what retirees seek.
There’s no denying that Minneapolis doesn’t offer the 12 months of sunshine found in the Sun Belt cities on this list. So, for that winter wonderland to score this high.
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