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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What a crock! They posted an article just a few days ago listing the best states for retirees to live in and most of these same states were on the list. Even sadder, they used some of the same photos!
You should read your own articles before putting them on the net. The first article I read said that Augusta, Ga, Louisville, KT, San Antonio, TX, a city in New Mexico, a city Arkansas, etc, were the TOP TEN cities to retire to. Then just below that was the article showing the worse TOP TEN states to retire to. Guess what? Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Kentucky, et All were the worst! I'm sooo confused!!!
You people are MORONS! First you list the best cities to retire in; then you list the worst states to retire in which just happen to have most of the "best cities". Do you guys not talk to each other???????
What an incredible waste of reading time!
It's funny that almost all the best cities to retire in are in these states...What's up with that?
Did you at MSN use the same reporter for:
"State with the Lowest Cost to Live" And "Worst State to Live In" ?
If it's the same person MSN had better fire him or her.
The worst case of B.S. I have ever read.
Most of these Worst places are on the list you published as Best places to retire under 40K a year.
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