The Best Cities to Retire in 2022
The Best Cities to Retire in 2022

Retirement is an exciting time for older adults. It’s a time to relax, travel, and enjoy life without being focused on work and other common stressors. When the time comes, it’s important to find a comfortable place to spend those golden years. Here are five of the best cities to retire in for 2022.

Sarasota, Florida

Sarasota  Florida

Florida has almost always been known as the place to be for adults in their retirement years. With year-round sunny skies, a moderate cost of living, and a hefty senior population, it’s no wonder this city was named the top retirement destination for 2022 by U.S. News & World Report.

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax  Nova Scotia

Those looking to settle north of the border might consider spending their retirement years in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Canada’s Atlantic coastline. Canadian citizens and residents have the benefit of accessing free health care, and the crime rate in the city is 9% lower than Canada’s national median.

Savannah, Georgia

Savannah  Georgia

Georgia has a lot to offer for older adults. With moderate tax rates and no income tax charged on Social Security benefits, retirees living here can benefit from great financial savings. The city has a high Walk Score thanks to amenities that are accessible from nearly anywhere in the city, and is home to ample health facilities, including St. Joseph’s Hospital, which is open 24/7.

Portland, Oregon

Portland  Organ

Portland has become a popular retirement destination in recent years thanks to its unique personality, small-town charm, and big-city amenities. As retirees age in Portland, they can take comfort in the fact that the Portland area features dozens of independent living, assisted living, and nursing care facilities, as well as top health care facilities like Providence Portland Medical Center.

Denver, Colorado

Denver  Colorado

Sprawling mountain views and seasonal yet comfortable weather are among the primary reasons many retirees choose to settle in Denver. Although the cost of housing in the city is above-average, health care costs are below the national median and groceries here are moderately priced, and the state provides residents aged 60 and older with various financial benefits, making the city a good choice for seniors with limited income.