10 Best Places To Retire In 2020

Nashua, New Hampshire

Are you on a tight retirement budget? Then Nashua might be the place for you as New Hampshire has no sales tax and the only form of income tax is dividend and interest income. Nashua is located close to Boston and only a short drive away from the White Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.

Portland, Maine

Would you be interested in a vibrant city with quaint cobblestone streets? Then consider Portland. Not only is it in close proximity to mountains that would be perfect for hiking or skiing but if you truly want to reinvent yourself and have considered going back to school, the University of Southern Maine offers a tuition waiver for resident 65 years or older.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Maybe you are an art enthusiast and looking for the perfect destination to indulge your artistic tastes. Santa Fe, with its nearly 300 galleries and dealers and over a dozen major art museums should be at the top of your list. This historic city is full of beautiful Spanish-pueblo architecture styled buildings and is the third largest art market in the United States.

Tallahassee, Florida

Once again for the money-conscious retiree, Tallahassee is the perfect combination of low cost living, falling housing prices, comprehensive health care and amenities. Not to mention its warm weather. Who could say no to this? In addition, being near to Florida A&M University and Florida State University would delight any sports fans.

Overland Park, Kansas

Another option for those on a tight budget? Who doesn’t like to save money if they can help it. Overland Park may just be what you are looking for. This option boasts reasonable housing prices, affordable cost of living, and many job opportunities. You could relax in the 300 acre Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens or take in a game at the Overland Park Soccer Complex.

Whatever your heart’s desire, there is something out there for everyone.

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