Kentucky was listed as No. 50 on the list of worst states to retire in due to rankings for affordability, quality of life, and its healthcare system. New Jersey and Mississippi finished close behind, at 49 and 48, respectively. Mississippi ranked last when it comes to the quality of life for retirees, according to WalletHub.
Florida, Colorado, and Virginia clinched the top three spots, with high marks in affordability, quality of life, and healthcare. Florida is ranked No. 1 overall and No. 1 for quality of life. It ranks fourth in affordability due to its relaxed tax laws.
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