Kerry Collins

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This Connecticut City is THE WORST Place to Retire to in the ENTIRE U.S.A.

While a lot of us have a long way to go before we can even think of retirement, that doesn’t stop us from dreaming about where we want to spend our later years. But as great as some locations may sound, they may not be ideal for retirement for a variety of reasons, and now a new report reveals which places are the best and worst to live out your golden years.

  • WalletHub has just come out with their picks for the Best and Worst Places to Retire in the U.S.
  • They judged more than 180 cities across 46 key metrics ranking them in areas like Affordability, Activities, Quality of Life and Health Care.
  • According to the site, Charleston, South Carolina is the best place to retire scoring a 58.97 out of 100.
  • Charleston gets its best marks for activities (15) and affordability (21).
  • Overall, retirees would do pretty well in Florida, with four of the Top 10 cities in the Sunshine state.
  • When it comes to affordability, Montgomery, Alabama, is tops, while Washington, DC is number one for activities, Freemont, California is number one for quality of life, and South Burlington, Vermont is best for health care. 

Top Ten Best Places To Retire in the U.S.

  1. Charleston, SC
  2. Orlando, FL
  3. Cincinnati, OH
  4. Miami, FL
  5. Fort Lauderdale, FL
  6. San Francisco, CA
  7. Scottsdale, AZ
  8. Wilmington, DE
  9. Tampa, FL
  10. Salt Lake City, UT
  • On the flipside, Bridgeport, Connecticut is the worst place to retire in the U.S., scoring just a 37.21 out of 100, and landing close to the bottom for affordability, and pretty low for activities as well. 

Ten Worst Places to Retire in the U.S.

  1. Bridgeport, CT
  2. Newark, NJ
  3. San Bernardino, CA
  4. Rancho Cucamonga, CA
  5. Stockton, CA
  6. Detroit, MI
  7. Vancouver, WA
  8. Baltimore, MD
  9. Wichita, KS
  10. Lubbock, TX

Source: WalletHub

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