There is such a thing as states with longer life expectancy!
Have you ever wondered if where you live directly impacts your life expectancy? It may sound a bit morbid, but as you get older, you have to start thinking about it. And while we know that people who live in extremely polluted cities around the world are less likely to reach the age of 80, it doesn’t apply here in the United States.
What does apply to us is the fact that we, as retirees, can freely choose where to live, how much we want to pay for that, and how we take care of our budgets. And since it’s all up to us, many are thinking about leaving their states behind in favor of new adventures and a new forever home with their partner. The hard question is, where should you move that will let you make the most of your years?
3 thoughts on “6 US States to Live a Long Life”
it appears most recommended offering are in cold climates, are there any that offer warmer climates. good health care. affordable living. low are no taxes on retirement income
All high tax, high crime , and over regulated. Just amazing.
MA, NY, NJ, CT, MN, and HI are some of the highest taxed states in the country, and all except HI are cold weather states, also you need a high income to live in all of the listed states, but I do know from living in MN that the hospitals are better in northern states than southern states on the fact more people live in those states but living in SC is great weather is great it’s cheaper you can own a home for under 100k and you can live on a 2k social security check in SC you would be hard pressed to do that in any of the states mentioned in this article.