With only 23 percent of Americans reporting that they are “very confident” they will have enough money for retirement, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on 2019’s Best & Worst Places to Retire as well as accompanying videos. Orlando is ranked as the best city to retire.
To help Americans plan for a comfortable retirement without breaking the bank, WalletHub compared more than 180 U.S. cities across 46 key measures of affordability, quality of life, health care and availability of recreational activities. The data set ranges from cost of living to retired taxpayer-friendliness to share of the population aged 65 and older.
|Best Cities to Retire||Worst Cities to Retire|
|1||Orlando, FL||173||Providence, RI|
|2||Tampa, FL||174||Baltimore, MD|
|3||Scottsdale, AZ||175||Rancho Cucamonga, CA|
|4||Charleston, SC||176||Fresno, CA|
|5||Miami, FL||177||Newark, NJ|
|6||Denver, CO||178||Bakersfield, CA|
|7||Fort Lauderdale, FL||179||San Bernardino, CA|
|8||Cape Coral, FL||180||Warwick, RI|
|9||Minneapolis, MN||181||Bridgeport, CT|
|10||Cheyenne, WY||182||Stockton, CA|