This is t he third installation of Retirement But Not Totally, finishing off the Forbes.com list of top 25 places to retire, here are numbers 8-1.
- 8. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Oklahoma has a top-rated tax climate and an unemployment rate of 5.5%. Housing prices are an average of $143,000 and cost of living is cheap.
- 7. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: Unemployment is 6.6%. Although the winters here are extremely cold, the cost of living is 6% below the national average and homes are going for $121,000. Also doctors per capita ranks at one of the nations highest.
- 6. Provo, Utah: Cost of living is average with homes going for $210,000 on average. This town is Brigham Young University’s hometown and has a 5.5% unemployment rate and a favorable tax climate.
- 5. Rapid City, South Dakota: So close to Mount Rushmore, Rapid city has an excellent job growth track record and housing prices average $152,000. Unemployment is down to 4.1%.
- 4. Salt Lake City, Utah: This is Utah’s largest city and enjoys a 5.6% unemployment rate. Ranking number six on Milkens Institute job and economic growth index, Salt Lake City’s cost of living is 5% below the national average.
- 3. San Angelo, Texas: Cost of living is far below the national average as is San Angelo’s unemployment rate. Home prices average at barely $100,000 and this town’s diverse job base and colorful city make for a satisfying place to reside.
- 2. Shreveport, Louisiana: With a 6% unemployment rate, Shreveport has a high job growth prospect. Cost of living is below 4% the national average and this city sits close by a medical school ensuring plenty of doctors per capita.
- 1.State College, Pennsylvania: 4.9% unemployment rate, $210,00 average housing prices and a high prospect for job growth, make this beautiful college town an ideal choice for living and enjoying the excitement and economic advantages that Penn State provides.
Retirement should not be all about staying at home or going out and going on expensive trips. With the right move and planning, everyday could be exciting and active. But with debt holding you back from enjoying your retirement, bankruptcy may be your best option for a fun and fulfilling retirement.
With rising cost on just about everything, it is hard to go out and enjoy life, especially when burdened with debt. But with bankruptcy, you are able to go back out and enjoy the things you may want to do.
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