WalletHub recently published a list of the Best and Worst States To Retire To In The US.  To do so, they compared factors such as affordability, tax friendliness, quality of life and access to healthcare.

It’s important to do research when you’re reaching time for retirement.  Not everyone is always looking for the most beautiful weather or the stunning beaches.   Many soon-to-be retirees want financial security and stability in that stage of life.  All of this was considered when publishing the list for Best and Worst states to retire to.

So, how did Delaware stack up against the rest of the United States?  Pretty darn high, as a matter of fact.

We’ve listed the bottom ten states here, along with the top ten

 

  • #50 New Jersey

  • #49 Mississippi

  • #48 New York

  • #47 Kentucky

  • #46 Oklahoma

  • #45 Illinois

  • #44 Rhode Island

  • #43 Arkansas

  • #42 West Virginia

  • #41 Louisiana

  • #10 New Hampshire

  • #9 Arizona

  • #8 Utah

  • #7 Montana

  • #6 North Dakota

  • #5 Minnesota

  • #4 Delaware

  • #3 Colorado

  • #2 Virginia

  • #1 Florida