2020’s Best and Worst Places To Retire, According to WalletHub

2020’s Best and Worst Places To Retire, According to WalletHub

Retirement is supposed to be a time of relaxation and focusing on the joys of life that make it worth living. That’s difficult to do if your area doesn’t offer many interesting opportunities or the taxes are particularly high.

To that end, WalletHub has compiled a 2020 list ranking 182 U.S. cities based on things to do, elderly friendliness, taxes and property crime rates. The top five probably won’t surprise you.

1. Orlando, Florida

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It’s no surprise that a city in Florida has been ranked as one of the top places to retire, as it has long been heralded as a mecca for retirees.

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2. Tampa, Florida

This city ranked right after Orlando in the category of “activities” is slightly less affordable, but boasts a higher quality of life according to WalletHub metrics.

3. Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston ranks higher in “health care” than Tampa, with only

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