10 worst states to retire in
Some places are clearly worse than others for retirement. These states are among the worst, as measured by crime, life expectancy and the number of retirees living in poverty.
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The worst website for retirees,
Idiot rate 99% of 100
Average IQ of reporters 3
Accuracy of articles 2%
Articles worth reading 0.
I GIVE UP!!!!
One week I read an article from these yankers telling me to retire in third word countries where my money will allow me to live like a king. The reasons my income will strech so far in those places are caused by exactly what this article tells me to avoid.
I am 64, still working but more as a consultant. Here is how I think we should retire.
1. Retire close enough to where you grew up to visit when you feel like it.
2. Live where you feel comfortable, city or farm.
3. Live far enough away from you kids so it is easy to visit when each of you want but far enough away so both can live in peace.
4. Live like you are on summer vacation from the 10th grade.
5. Stay busy working on something.
Last but not least don't waste too much time reading articles written by dumb a$$es.
an "average retiree" - should look at all averages - starting with I.Q. of the journalists who wrote this piece.
I cannot believe all southern states were picked as the worse. I think this was a bias poll.
There are so many (retirees) that move south from all over our country and would never go back
north or to the west coast.
I would have picked any northern state as the worse. The taxes are high, real-estate is high,
there are no jobs, and the weather is usually unfavorable. These are the reasons people move south,
Ask any retiree in the south if they even like travelling in the north. The answer is no.
A relocated retiree.
I do not understand MSN reporters a couple of day ago they posted best places to retire because of tax breaks and 4 of the 10 were on that list, now they say theses are the worst states to retire what’s up.
Clearly the person or persons responsible for this article aren't near retirement! As I near retirement I will be looking for great access to medical facilities and specialists, walk-able neighborhoods near entertainment and good restaurants and a reasonably low cost of living. In each of the states listed as the worst 10 there are great cities and neighborhoods that fit my criteria ...
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