Premier Retirement Destinations

Many people want something fresh in retirement, whether it’s more thrills or winters without blizzards. Planning can start years out, so don’t be afraid to do some daydreaming if retirement is on the horizon. Learn more about the unique destinations below and find our full list of top picks!

In Premier Retirement Destinations, Fisher Investments shares:

  • 8 cities we ranked based on reasonable cost of living PLUS overall quality of life
  • How these cities compare against cities similar to the national average cost of living
  • Other important destination considerations including tax friendliness and proximity to a major airport

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  1. Albuquerque, New Mexico

    This picturesque oasis in the Southwest is an active retirees playground. The weather is dry and temperate, making hiking and biking popular pastimes. Between mountain ranges in the distance and art galleries in town, you definitely won’t be short of exciting activities!

  2. Austin, Texas

    Austin is so much more than barbecue (but it does offer delicious and large servings of it!). This town manages to combine eclectic culture, college sports and a long history of independent thinking. Austin boasts one of the country’s best music scenes, with a wide variety of options to choose from.

  3. Naples, Florida

    Boasting world-class beaches and antique hunting galore, Naples is a retirement favorite. There are many fine hotels to enjoy an upscale night out, as well as casual beach dining options. If you’re a golfer, Naples is tough to beat. Florida also offers an enticing tax code for retirees—no state income tax and no estate tax.

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