Top 10 States to Retire In
Black Enterprise Magazine January-March 2019 Issue

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7. Montana

Montana offers a beautiful landscape, perfect for older adults who enjoy nature. Yellowstone and Glacier national parks, waterfalls and wildlife are a few of the reasons this state’s outdoors is a cut above the rest. The cost of living is also low, and residents pay reasonable taxes. “According to the Tax Foundation, the state has an estimated combined state/local tax burden of 8.6 percent, well below the national average,” as reported by Bankrate. Crime is considerably low, too, with only 2,444 incidences of violent crime in the state in 2013.

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