Retiring with a sound financial status is best done in the Peach state, according to a recent study.
GOBankingRates, a California-based company, says Georgia is the No. 10 best place to retire rich.
“While warmer places like Arizona tend to be popular destinations to retire, our study found that states located on the east coast in general offer retirees the most bang for their buck,” said Kristen Bonner who was the lead researcher on the study. “We found that these states have lower home prices on average, as well as relatively low health insurance premiums and Social Security benefits among the highest in the country.”
The other top 10 states include:
- New Jersey
The top 10 worst states to retire rich:
- North Dakota
- New Mexico
- West Virginia