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In a new study, MagnifyMoney ranked 217 U.S. cities to find the best and worst places to retire early.

5 Best Cities To Retire

  1. Knoxville, TN
  2. Memphis, TN
  3. Sherman, TX
  4. Benton Harbor, MI
  5. Wichita Falls, TX

5 Best Cities To Retire In Northeast

  1. Pittsburgh, PA
  2. York, PA
  3. Buffalo, NY
  4. Pittsfield, MA
  5. Utica-Rome, NY

Tri-State Among The Worst For Retirement

  1. Stamford, CT
  2. Newark, NJ
  3. New York, NY
  4. Hartford , CT
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