Mar 1, 2016 8:43 PM
CHANGING FAMILIES - New Hampshire is the 15th best place in the nation to retire according to a bankrate.com report.
The report says the Granite state has great health care, low crime and low taxes. It's ranking was dragged down a bit though by a relatively high cost of living and the weather.
The report shows Wyoming as the best place to retire. South Dakota came in second place. Last place went came in as the worst place to retire.
Click here to see the full study, and to see the criteria they used to rank the states.
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