Bankrate.com found that South Dakota was the best state for retirees, beating out Utah (No. 2), Idaho (No. 3), New Hampshire (No. 4) and Florida (No. 5).
NY was last on the overall list due to cost of living, taxes and healthcare quality.
The Big Apple ranks at the bottom in cost of living and second to last in taxes, making it the worst state to retire in the U.S.
South Dakota came out on top mostly because of how it ranked in well-being and tax friendliness. 'What we think we want in retirement may not be what we need in retirement'.
Also toward the bottom were New Mexico, Maryland, and Louisiana.
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'All this together shows what people should be looking for, and that doesn't necessarily mean move to some place warm, ' he said, noting that Arizona is a popular retirement destination despite ranking 29th.
"You need a sophisticated understanding of what will make you happy in retirement", Tepper said.
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Illinois' worst categories were cost of living (#36), well-being (#36), and cultural vitality (#35).
In New York, the average personal income tax rate ranges from 4% to 8.82% over eight income brackets. All of these categories then factor into a final ranking out of 50.