The 10 Cheapest Cities To Retire: Where You Can Live Better For Less


If you are looking to retire cheap and without hassle, GOBankingRates conducted a survey of US cities with the lowest healthcare, travel costs, housing costs, groceries and utilities. Your best choice might be Birmingham with its amazingly affordable housing facility and the most reasonable transportation and healthcare rates out of all the cities. Look at the list of the top 10 cheapest cities to retire and pick your favorite.

1. Birmingham, Ala.: $33,219

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2. Detroit: $33,356

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3. Jackson, Miss.: $33,676

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4. Memphis, Tenn.: $33,859


5. Toledo, Ohio: $35,095

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