The Results Are In—These Are the Best Places to Retire in the U.S.

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A recent report from U.S. News & World Report has revealed the current best places to retire. From sunny cities on the beach to picturesque northern towns, these places rank highly due to their retiree-friendly housing rates, overall happiness, and even the job market. So if you’re considering a move, see if one of these is on your list.

The top 10 places to retire include:

  1. Sarasota, FL
  2. Naples, FL
  3. Daytona Beach, FL
  4. Melbourne, FL
  5. Lancaster, PA
  6. Tampa, FL
  7. Fort Myers, FL
  8. Port St. Lucie, FL
  9. Ann Arbor, MI
  10. Pensacola, FL

It’s no surprise that FL has taken over the top spots. The Sunshine State has no state income tax and doesn’t tax Social Security benefits. For seniors, that’s good news. Especially in times of high inflation, moving to a place that offers more financial freedom can help seniors make the most of their savings.

Navigating finances in retirement can be challenging. That’s why The Seniors Center is fighting to protect Social Security benefits. You shouldn’t have to move to one of the best places to retire to receive everything that you’re owed. Learn more about our mission today—and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all of our updates.