The Best and Worst Cities for Retiring in the U.S #infographic

The Best and Worst Cities for Retiring in the U.S #infographic

Baby boomers are looking for comfortable communities in which to retire. The perfect community will include plenty of fellow retirees communities, low cost, high standard of living and plenty of security for elder abuse. When trying to find the best American cities with the highest "retirability," the ADC-FL.com rating takes into consideration those factors as well as a few other.

Although over 350 American cities have been listed on the index, this infographic highlights the top 50 best retirement cities and the top 50 worst retirement cities. Where's the Best? The Villages, Florida, ranks as the top "retirement" city, with 54 percent of locals over 65 years of age, low elderly poverty, famously wealthy, golf cart-driven livability, and the world's highest median age.

The worst town has just 9 percent of older residents, 26.5 percent of whom live below the poverty line: Laredo, Texas. It also occurs that Texas is an old age state with very few protections. With so many different places to live in around the U.S., this index may help those hoping to withdraw in the near future consider certain important factors.

The Best and Worst Cities for Retiring in the U.S #infographic

infographic by: www.adc-fl.com

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