Study: Nevada ranks as 9th worst state to retire

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width=” 180″/ > LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )- Nevada is the ninth worst state to retire, inning accordance with a study by BankRate.

The research study looked at seven categories including cost of living, taxes, healthcare quality, weather condition, crime, cultural vigor, and wellness.

Nevada did not rank well for healthcare quality, well-being, and criminal offense, but it did rank high for taxes, according to the study.

South Dakota ranked as the best place to retire followed by Utah, Idaho, New Hampshire, and Florida.

The research study ranked New york city as the worst state to retire due to the fact that the state landed in the bottom 10 for expense of living, taxes and health care quality.

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