It’s not easy deciding where you’ll spend what will hopefully be the most relaxing years of your life.
For the report, WalletHub compared all 50 states based on 47 measurements within three categories: affordability, quality of life and health care.
According to the ranking, Florida is the best state to retire in, followed by Virginia, Colorado, Delaware and Minnesota.
For our listeners in the Garden State, you may be surprised to learn this: New Jersey was ranked the worst state to retire in. #49 was Mississippi, proceeded by New York, Kentucky and Oklahoma.
Money concerns play a big factor in the low rankings, with New York ranking as the least affordable state and New Jersey following right behind it.
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