Alabama ranks as the cheapest state to retire, with a cost of living index of 82.3 and low income and property taxes
Tennessee has no state income tax, a cost of living index of 86.5, and plenty of natural attractions like the Great Smoky Mountains
West Virginia has the lowest median home price in the U.S. at $108,236, and a cost of living index of 86.1.
South Carolina has a cost of living index of 88.5, a mild climate, and a coastline with charming towns like Charleston and Hilton Head
Wyoming has no state income tax, a cost of living index of 89.3, and abundant outdoor activities like skiing, hiking, and fishing
Delaware has no sales tax, low property taxes, and no tax on Social Security benefits.
Georgia has a cost of living index of 89.6, low income and property taxes, and a vibrant culture with cities like Atlanta and Savannah
North Dakota has a cost of living index of 97.8, a low crime rate, and a high quality of life with good healthcare and education
Connecticut has a high median household income of $78,444, a cost of living index of 126.5, and a scenic coastline with historic towns
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