(WEHT) Planning for retirement starts almost as soon as you enter the workforce. And one of the topics on everyone’s mind is – will I retire where I live, or move someplace else? According to a WalletHub study, the Tri-State isn’t exactly at the top of the list for retirement.
To determine the best states to retire, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 45 key indicators of retirement-friendliness. They examined affordability, health-related factors and overall quality of life. Here’s where the Tri-State stands:
According to the study, Illinois had the worst ‘taxpayer’ ranking. Kentucky tied with Alabama for 47 for lowest life expectancy.