Ready For Retirement? Don’t Move to These Ten States

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February 01, 2016

They are called the ‘Golden Years’ for a reason. They aren’t supposed to be stressful or filled with worry about finances or healthcare. But like most things dealing with a country as big and varied as the United States, there are some places that are better than others to retire to.

A list compiled by WalletHub shows the ten worst states in the country to retire to. Leading the way is the small state of Rhode Island, with a quality of life ranking of 45, and affordability ranking of 51, and a healthcare ranking of 36.

Also on the list are the District of Columbia, Hawaii, and Connecticut.

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