April 24, 2019

The 20 Best and Worst Towns to Retire in

Los Angeles

  • Property Tax Rate: 0.793 percent
  • Cost of Living: 166.2
  • Average Monthly Health Insurance Cost: $258

California is a particularly expensive place to live, but it’s clear that Southern California is a much better option than Northern California for wealthy retirees.

Los Angeles and San Diego rank 10th- and eighth-worst, whereas the Bay Area cities hold down three of the four top slots for the worst cities to retire rich.

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