Don’t retire in New Jersey, one study says. WalletHub ranks the Garden State the worst place to retire

If you’re planning on retiring soon, a new study says don’t do it in New Jersey. WalletHub has ranked the Garden State the worst place to retire.
The website released their list of 2022’s Best States to Retire.
Some of the factors attributed to the findings are: New Jersey is ranked 46th for health care facilities per capita, 42nd for adjusted cost of living and 41st in WalletHub’s “taxpayer” ranking.
WalletHub ranks Mississippi as the second worst place to retire and New York taking the third spot.
Florida is the best state to retire, then Virginia. Colorado finished third.
To see the full list, click HERE.