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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People from the North have been migrating to the South in droves over the past 3 decades because it's cheaper to live in the South.
Is the writer from California and enjoying his daily legal marijuana? Don’t move to whatever state because its seniors live in poverty. That is just plain dumb. Poor retirees don’t move anywhere.
If you are living comfortably in your retirement in Texas, I can’t think of any faster way to enter poverty than to move to any number of high cost states like California, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, etc.
Houses in those areas cost five to ten times more than the same house in Houston. Texas has no income tax. All of the above have income taxes. Texas may not be as beautiful as say highly taxed Vermont, but it is not overrun with liberals, who detachment from reality makes one wonder, if the population of the whole state is on drugs.
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