April 24, 2019

The 20 Best and Worst Towns to Retire in

The Worst Cities to Retire Rich:

San Diego

  • Property Tax Rate: 0.781 percent
  • Cost of Living: 166
  • Average Monthly Health Insurance Cost: $258

If you were hoping that your lifetime of saving successfully was going to land you in sunny California, you might think again: The Golden State is home to seven of the 10 worst cities to retire rich — including all four of the four worst cities — with Anaheim and Long Beach just missing after ranking 11th and 13th, respectively.

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