Wednesday, February 10, 2021 / by Bridget Bass
Florida has an historic reputation of being a perfect place for retirement. Hundreds of thousands of people have moved to Florida to retire in this subtropical paradise, especially from Northeastern states like New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey. But the climate isn't the only thing bringing flocks of retirees to FL. In a recent study by WalletHub, Florida was ranked the #1 state to retire in based on a comparison of all 50 states across 45 key indicators that measured affordability, health-care systems, and overall quality of life.
You don't need an in depth analysis to see why Florida has remained the most popular retirement destination in the country. For starters, it's nicknamed "The Sunshine State". Florida residents experience beautiful weather year-round with winter temperatures around 50° Fahrenheit and over 230 days of sunshine compared to the national average of 205, that's almost an extra month of sunny days! That mean. ...