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Bill Boback, 58, a retired train driver who was born in addition to also also lived all will be life in Pittsburgh will be seen with the Downtown area of Pittsburgh, Pensylvania, from the background on June 2, 2017.
When that will comes to retirement, there’s nothing more important than sand in addition to also also sun, right? Wrong — especially if you’re looking for one of the “best” places to retire.
“that will’s like that will saying, ‘don’t go into a grocery store hungry,'” said Bankrate.com analyst Taylor Tepper.
After working for decades, you may be tempted to find the most tropical, relaxing destination on the map. nevertheless that will’s important to look beyond climate to lifestyle in addition to also also financial factors like health-care costs, which can be one of the biggest expenses for retirees, Tepper said.
To find the best places to retire, Bankrate.com assessed 50 U.S. metro areas, comparing things such as weather, health-care quality in addition to also also affordability, cost of living, crime rate, taxes, senior well-being, friend factor (percentage of population ages 65-plus), cultural vitality in addition to also also public transportation.