10 Best Places to Retire in Idaho

Idaho has become an ideal spot for retirees ready to play.  A 2015 U.S. News and World Report ranking of the top retirement-friendly states placed the Gem State as No. 4, right alongside Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. The state makes sense to those wanting to leave the rat race behind – it has plenty of open space, which can appeal to city folk escaping traffic jams and plenty of people. It also makes sense to country folk looking for more of the same, but still close to useful services like health care. It’s one of the least dense states, with only about 1.6 million residents spread out over an area the size of New England. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 10 best places to retire in Idaho.

A good decision on where to relocate should include budgetary considerations as well. Your retirement nest egg can potentially get a little cracked if you spend too much too fast. You also might be on a fixed income, which could require you to live within your means. Plus, Idaho residents have to concern themselves with property tax, income tax and a 6 percent sales tax. But luckily, Idaho has a range of locations that are affordable and scenic – you can’t put a dollar figure on quality of life! You can also read our article on cheapest countries to retire in Europe if you have enough time.

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