Where is the nicest place to retire in the US?

The 10 Best Places to Retire in 2021-2022:

  • Daytona Beach, Florida.
  • Melbourne, Florida.
  • Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
  • Tampa, Florida.
  • Fort Myers, Florida.
  • Port St. Lucie, Florida.
  • Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Pensacola, Florida.

Where is the cheapest and safest place to retire?

The Cheapest Countries Where You Can Retire Well

  • Portugal. Cost of Living Index: 47.94.
  • Malaysia. Cost of Living Index: 37.02.
  • Spain. Cost of Living Index: 53.88.
  • Costa Rica. Cost of Living Index: 47.01.
  • Panama. Cost of Living Index: 51.43.
  • Czech Republic. Cost of Living Index: 48.24.
  • Peru. Cost of Living Index: 32.53.
  • Slovenia.

What is the top 5 states to retire in?

Best & Worst States to Retire

Overall Rank State Quality of Life
1 Florida 5
2 Virginia 7
3 Colorado 21
4 Delaware 35

Where do millionaires retire?

While New Hampshire does have a high cost of living, it also has excellent health care. All of these factors make it the best place to retire if you are wealthy. Other top states on the list include Idaho, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Alaska, South Dakota, Michigan, Utah, and Arkansas.

Where is the cheapest warmest place to retire?

The 10 Sunniest, and Most Affordable, Cities for Retirees

  • Ely, Nevada. 73% chance of sunshine / 47.00% less expensive than national median new home price.
  • Amarillo, Texas. 73% chance of sunshine / -34.73% less than national median new home price.
  • Lubbock, Texas.
  • El Paso, Texas.
  • Yuma, Ariz.
  • Phoenix, Ariz.
  • Tucson, Ariz.

Which state is the best to live in financially?

Full Ranking of All 50 States

Rank State Median Income
1 Wyoming $40,240
2 Washington $46,100
3 Texas $37,100
4 Minnesota $42,630