Where are seniors most satisfied? A Gallup-Healthways survey ranked the 50 states. Surprisingly, warm-weather states don’t dominate the Top 10.
The weather, the culture, the outdoors — who wouldn’t enjoy that and more after retiring in Los Angeles? But, sorry, a SoCal retirement has drawbacks, too.
Are you considering retirement in Arizona? Yes, it can be hot. But lots of benefit, from tax exemptions to low costs, still attract seniors to the desert.
Ready for sun and sand? Weigh the pros and cons of these five Florida retirement communities: Sarasota, Fort Myers, Orlando, Miami, and Jacksonville.
More retirees are gambling on senior living in Las Vegas to enjoy the sun in Sin City. Here are pros and cons to consider before throwing the dice.
Which states are the most popular to retire in? After55.com asked, and our readers answered. Florida was expected, but other choices might be surprising.