2 de septiembre de 2017

WALLETHUB : Enlista a los mejores lugares para disfrutar el retiro.

WalletHub releases list of 'Best Places to Retire in 2017'

Are you confident you'll be able to retire comfortably when that time comes? Only six in ten workers are somewhat comfortable. Believe it or not, nearly four in ten have little or no retirement savings whatsoever. With so many workers worried about covering basic living expenses once they leave the workforce, WalletHub has broken down where to retire to get the most bang for your buck in 2017.

 The website used 40 key measures to compare states, including affordability, quality of life, health care, and availability of recreational activities.

 Here's a look at the top 10. Scottsdale lands at #4. Best Cities to Retire Orlando, FL Tampa, FL Miami, FL Scottsdale, AZ Atlanta, GA Salt Lake City, UT Honolulu, HI Denver, CO Austin, TX Las Vegas, NV Here are the worst spots to settle after retirement. Worst Cities to Retire 141. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 142. Fontana, CA 143. Modesto, CA 144. Stockton, CA 145. Fresno, CA 146. Detroit, MI 147. Worcester, MA 148. San Bernardino, CA 149. Providence, RI 150. Newark, NJ Let's take a look at where cities across Arizona rank. AZ Cities Making the List 4. Scottsdale 26. Tucson 33. Tempe 43. Phoenix 50. Chandler 54. Gilbert 55. Peoria 66. Mesa 91. Glendale One factor boosting Scottsdale into the top ten, is that it has the highest share of people aged 65 and older, at 21.9 percent.