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The study found that Nebraska was the best state to retire in overall, ranking 8th in wellness and 14th in affordability.

The best US states to retire in — and the worst

Nebraska topped the list as the best state to retire in, while Maryland ranked last.
The modern, three-story house has a communal living space on the ground floor and private bedrooms upstairs.

7 best girlfriends made a promise to retire together and spent $580,000 building their dream home years before they move in

At first, retiring together was a joke, but the best friends later decided that "girls shouldn't wait until 30 years later" to decide where to retire.

A self-made millionaire who retired at 33 says it took him months to adjust — here’s how he schedules his days to enjoy retirement

Justin McCurry retired early as a millionaire, but he didn't realize it would take him a while to relax and slow down during early retirement.

Lee Chong Wei is retiring and plans to go on a long-overdue honeymoon with his wife, whom he has been with for 18 years

The three-time Olympic silver medalist ended his 19 year career, and said that he wanted to play a role of a father for a long time.

7 surprising expenses people don’t expect when they retire, according to experts

Retirees often face surprising expenses that they didn't expect — or know they should have considered before retiring.
Healthcare may be one of the biggest costs retirees face.

An easily overlooked investment account can give retirement savings a huge boost — if it’s used the right way

A health savings account (HSA) can help you build up a cash cushion to pay for health expenses in retirement not covered by traditional Medicare.

It could take up to 6 years for all the money in your office retirement account to actually be yours

Every 401(k) plan has a vesting schedule, which tells the employee how much of the employer's contributions they own at any given point.
California state worker Albert Jagow (L) goes over his retirement options with Calpers Retirement Program Specialist JeanAnn Kirkpatrick at the Calpers regional office in Sacramento, California, October 21, 2009.

A quarter of non-retired Americans have nothing saved for retirement

According to a Federal Reserve report, almost half of Americans also said that their retirement plans were not on track.
Health insurance can be tricky to navigate.

How to retire with health insurance if you’re too young for Medicare

If you're still willing to work part time in early retirement, it may be worth considering a side gig just for the health insurance benefits.