Should You Retire In New Jersey?
If you've reached the age of retirement (and actually have enough money to do so), should you stay in Jersey, or move to another state?
According to WalletHub, New Jersey is the 46th best state in which to retire.
NJ comes in at 41 for "Affordability", 27 in "Quality of Life", and 35 in "Health Care"; the site used various statistics to give the state a score of 52.55, just behind New Mexico's 52.61, good for 46th out of 51 (they include Washington, DC).
On the positive side, New Jersey came in third for Lowest Property-Crime Rate, just behind Vermont and New York.
The best overall state to retire in? Florida! The worst: Rhode Island.
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