Annual Healthcare Spending Per Capita: $4,896
Annual Out-of-Pocket Spending Per Capita: $749
Income of Age 65+ Households: $54,325
With the second-highest average income for senior households in the study, Seattle’s elderly population appears to be doing fine in terms of bringing money in. And although they have the third-highest annual healthcare expenditures of the cities on this list, it still represents just over 9 percent of their total income — the second-lowest proportion of these 15 locations. Still, with high overall costs, Seattle is one city where your retirement nest egg won’t go far.