Choosing where to retire can be an exciting decision, a challenging one or perhaps both.
We all want somewhere affordable that can support good quality of life within our budget, and somewhere with excellent health care. And we may have personal priorities, such as living close to family or fulfilling old dreams.
If juggling all those factors seems difficult, perhaps an analysis from WalletHub can help. By ranking all 50 states based on dozens of factors ranging from social isolation to tax-friendliness, the site found the best — and worst — places to retire.
Following are the worst states for retirees.