10 Best States to Retire In


Nebraska also ranks quite high among the best retirement states. Unlike Florida, Nebraska cannot boast of a nice warm climate, but it does to experience all four seasons. Its average yearly temperature sits at a fairly unimpressive 49 degrees, so pleasant weather is not Nebraska’s strength.

The state ranks highly because of its wonderful culture, low crime rate, economic friendliness, and wellness. It has a great healthcare system which the National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports [2] says meets 61 percent of the important health measures found to meet quality benchmarks. So, if wellness and affordability are important to you, Nebraska might be a good place to move to. It has magnificent scenery and an array of campsites and national parks to visit.