Many recent forecasts have shown that the population of older adults in the US is projected to almost double from 2018-2060. When seniors retire, they often relocate to places close to their families, locales that are laid back and senior-friendly, or to areas with the best senior benefits.
Florida is regularly ranked as one of the best states for seniors to retire, but others include:
The aforementioned states are known for having the best Medicare for seniors aged 65 and above. This means they have low prescription drug prices, fair average monthly insurance premiums, and better-integrated healthcare systems in place.
If access to medical benefits is one of your main concerns as you retire, then look into these states. Want to learn more about planning for retirement? Contact Senior Strong today – we’d be more than willing to help you out!
William Rivers is an editor with a master’s degree in Human Services Counseling at Maine State University. He has more than 20 years of experience working in the senior healthcare industry.