20 Best US Cities for Retirement: 2018

A survey of American workers earlier this year showed that two in three were at least somewhat confident they would have enough money to retire comfortably, but only 17% said they were very confident they would be able to do so.

For some workers, their only option is to continue working. Indeed, Gallup polling shows that workers this year plan to retire at age 66 on average, compared with age 60 in 1995.

Are there any alternatives to remaining in the workforce? One is to relocate to an area where the dollar will go farther without sacrificing lifestyle, according to WalletHub.

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