Worst States for Retirement.  No articles in our history generated as much controversy as our series on the Worst States for Retirement. Read our list - and how they were selected.

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Traditions of America is excited to bring the 55+ Live Better lifestyle to Bethlehem with its latest community - Traditions of America at...

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Valencia Lakes in Tampa offers an incredible Florida resort lifestyle and great new home value. Valencia Lakes' waterfront recreatio...

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Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Tellico Village comprises over 5,000 acres along Tellico Lake. Established in 1986...

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Everything you need to live life to its fullest is now in Peachtree City. With Kolter Homes’ award-winning active adult community, Cressw...

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Traditions of America at Summer Seat, Ohio Township's newest 55+ community, provides homeowners the perfect combination of resort-st...

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What it's Like to Retire in Northampton

Set in the western portion of Massachusetts, Northampton is an exciting college town (Smith College) in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. It is a sought after retirement community among its graduates and many literary types. Northampton boasts a very rich cultural environment. Several famous movies have been shot here including parts of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”, “Cider House Rules”, and “Sylvia”... more >>

State: Massachusetts


What it's Like to Retire in Lakeland

Lakeland is a city of 94,000 in central Florida, east of Tampa with Orlando to its east. Lakeland is part of the Lakeland-Winterhaven Metro and growing fast, having grown 18% from 2000 to 2008. Florida Southern College with its enrollment of just under 2,000 is located in town... more >>

State: Florida


What it's Like to Retire in Cheektowaga

Cheektowaga, New York, a suburb of Buffalo, is located in Erie County and has a population of just over 75,000 (2010 census).  The town was named by the Erie-Seneca Indians and means "Land of Many Crabapples" due to the abundance of Hawthorn trees in the area.  Cheektowaga  was orginally a farming area, but was then developed during the World War II subdivison boom... more >>

State: New York


What it's Like to Retire in Louisville

The City of Louisville, located in Boulder County, Colorado, began as a coal mining town in the late 1800's, and has recently become recognized as one of the top choices to live and raise a family in the United States. The Miners Memorial statue which stands in front of City Hall, is a symbol of the coal miners who built Louisville, as millions of tons of coal were produced from beneath the town before last of the mines closed during the 1950's... more >>

State: Colorado


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