It takes years to save for retirement. Once you are ready to stop working, there may be a good chance that you do not want to live in the same town anymore, because you are ready to move to a better place. Not every retirement is the same. Some people want to relax, while others want to go out and live an active and adventurous life. Choosing somewhere to settle down can be tricky. Many of us want to stay in a state where we grew up, or within driving distance of our loved ones. Lucky for us, Forbes has collected the data of the income and cost of living in the best towns in the US, and we are here to tell you more about what you can expect from each of these places.
50. Auburn, Alabama
Home to Auburn University, this college town in Alabama has plenty of options of entertainment, dining, and the arts. Like most other college towns, it will be busy during the school year, with lots of peace and quiet during the holidays and summer time. The median household income is $48,579, and the average home price is $186,000. The unemployment rate is tiny- at just 3%.