After decades of working and raising a family, retirement should be an opportunity to relax and have fun. While some people and couples want to stay in their current location, others consider retirement as a chance to move to a new place. In many circumstances, a new location might offer a better fit for their new stage of life and, in other cases, a more reasonable cost of living, particularly if they also need to adapt to living on a fixed income.
People planning to retire may question whether they will be able to survive on a fixed income at this point in their lives when inflation increases, and the cost of living continues to rise. It turns out that there are quite a few places on the East Coast, many of them in lovely sunny Florida, where the cost of living for major expenses like monthly groceries, rent, and healthcare is lower than the national average.
This guide will take you through the top retirement destinations on the East Coast if you are convinced you want to live somewhere close to the Atlantic but are unsure of where to move.