Looking forward to retirement? Already at retirement age? WalletHub provides the best, and worst, places to retire in the United States.
According to a study by WalletHub, California ranks 32nd in the nation for those who are retiring.
The study says that California's highest adjusted cost of living brought down the Golden State's score. California ranked high for quality of life and was in the middle of the pack for health care, the other two categories used to determine the placing.
The top states to retire? Wyoming and South Dakota took the second and third places, respectively, and Florida, no surprise there, snagged the top spot.
Rhode Island, Alaska, the District of Columbia and Connecticut took the bottom spots.
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