Florida has been named the best state to retire in, according to a new study by WalletHub.
The study analyzed factors such as affordability, quality of life, and healthcare to determine the rankings.
Florida scored high in affordability, with a low cost of living and no state income tax.
The state also ranked well in quality of life, with warm weather, beaches, and a variety of outdoor activities.
In terms of healthcare, Florida has a high number of healthcare facilities and a large number of healthcare workers per capita.
Other states that ranked highly for retirement include Colorado, New Hampshire, Utah, and Wyoming.
Factors that were considered in the study included cost of living, healthcare, quality of life, and availability of recreational activities.