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Figure 1 Charlize Theron Slaven Vlasic / Getty Images Some of you may remember when Jenkins penned some emotional songs for a Third Eye Blind album that were said to be influenced by Theron’s relationship with the former. In this scenarioThis city in western South Dakota is No. 42 in the overall ranking of WalletHub and it is lower than that for activities (No. 126) thanks in part to harsh winters, but with health care it makes up for it. The City of Rapids comes for health care in No. 27. Next: It’s more than a cliche. 14.

Pembroke Pines Fla. (TIE)

Total score: 65 Population: 170712 Florida is really one of the best retirement states and Pembroke Pines is our first stop there. This town has four golf courses inside the city limits for the recreational types, and easy access to the Everglades. If you need to see a good doctor there are t many better places to be. Pembroke Pines is Healthcare No. 45. Next: To reach our next destination, we don’t have to go far.

Real — Miami is a great retirement area. Sean Pavone / iStock / Getty Images Combined score: 65 Population: 463347 The weather and the many retirement events allow Miami to rank No. 7 in the WalletHub study overall. The city is in Health Care’s top-third No. 58, which is a bonus when you re a retirement haven. Nightmare traffic is one of the few downsides to retiring in Miami. 13.

Tempe Ariz

Great healthcare and Arizona State Football are two highlights in Tempe Ariz. Jamie Squire / Getty Images Total score: 62 Like Miami and Pembroke Pines in the two Florida cities we just visited, it’s not a cliché to say that Arizona is a prime retirement spot. There are a few reasons why Tempe is among America’s best retirement cities. With Phoenix nearby you get easy access to the big city but the health care in the suburbs is much better. Tempe ranks Health Care No. 52 while Phoenix ranks 112. Next: Travel westwards. 12.

Salt Lake City

In Fort Lauderdale, outdoor life and health care are breathtaking. Sean Pavone / iStock / Getty Images Total score: 53 Population: 180072 Fort Lauderdale checks many of the boxes for what the retirees are looking for. Overall it’s No. 5 in the WalletHub study and its multitude of activities (including fishing where it’s one of America’s best) help it step up the rankings. The town is Health Care No. 47. The only downside is that hurricanes distracted drivers and property crime make Fort Lauderdale one of the US’s most dangerous cities

10. St. Paul Minn.

The St. Paul Capitol Building. | 7Michael/Getty pictures Combined score: 51 Retirees may not think that St. Paul is so beautiful during the cold winters, but in a different way it is pleasant. Minnesota’s capital is one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. Together with the fact that it’s No. 10 for health care, St. Paul is one of America’s best retirement cities. Next: You’ve got to take the good with the bad. 9.

Richmond Va.

Cumulative score: 44 Population: 227032 Let s get out of the way prematurely. Richmond is one of the most corrupt citymeltdownlow taxes are perfect for retirees and it’s No. 18 for disabled health care through the analysis of WalletHub. Next: A shocking highlight bucking the trend in the state.

Unlike most Montana Missoula provides excellent healthcare. Andy Kemmis / iStock.com Cumulative score: 42 Population: 73340 Many people in Montana have no easy access to decent health care as a rural state. Missoula is bucking up the trend in a big way. It’s No. 4 in the WalletHub study’s health care rankings which makes it one of the best retirement cities you’ll find for great health care.This city in western South Dakota is No. 42 in the overall ranking of WalletHub and it is lower than that for activities (No. 126) thanks in part to harsh winters, but with health care it makes up for it. The City of Rapids comes for health care in No. 27. Next: It’s more than a cliche. 14.

Pembroke Pines Fla. (TIE)

Total score: 65 Population: 170712 Florida is really one of the best retirement states and Pembroke Pines is our first stop there. This town has four golf courses inside the city limits for the recreational types, and easy access to the Everglades. If you need to see a good doctor there are t many better places to be. Pembroke Pines is Healthcare No. 45. Next: To reach our next destination, we don’t have to go far.

Real — Miami is a great retirement area. Sean Pavone / iStock / Getty Images Combined score: 65 Population: 463347 The weather and the many retirement events allow Miami to rank No. 7 in the WalletHub study overall. The city is in Health Care’s top-third No. 58, which is a bonus when you re a retirement haven. Nightmare traffic is one of the few downsides to retiring in Miami. 13.

Tempe Ariz

Great healthcare and Arizona State Football are two highlights in Tempe Ariz. Jamie Squire / Getty Images Total score: 62 Like Miami and Pembroke Pines in the two Florida cities we just visited, it’s not a cliché to say that Arizona is a prime retirement spot. There are a few reasons why Tempe is among America’s best retirement cities. With Phoenix nearby you get easy access to the big city but the health care in the suburbs is much better. Tempe ranks Health Care No. 52 while Phoenix ranks 112. Next: Travel westwards. 12.

Salt Lake City

In Fort Lauderdale, outdoor life and health care are breathtaking. Sean Pavone / iStock / Getty Images Total score: 53 Population: 180072 Fort Lauderdale checks many of the boxes for what the retirees are looking for. Overall it’s No. 5 in the WalletHub study and its multitude of activities (including fishing where it’s one of America’s best) help it step up the rankings. The town is Health Care No. 47. The only downside is that hurricanes distracted drivers and property crime make Fort Lauderdale one of the US’s most dangerous cities

10. St. Paul Minn.

The St. Paul Capitol Building. | 7Michael/Getty pictures Combined score: 51 Retirees may not think that St. Paul is so beautiful during the cold winters, but in a different way it is pleasant. Minnesota’s capital is one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. Together with the fact that it’s No. 10 for health care, St. Paul is one of America’s best retirement cities. Next: You’ve got to take the good with the bad. 9.

Richmond Va.

Cumulative score: 44 Population: 227032 Let s get out of the way prematurely. Richmond is one of the most corrupt citymeltdownlow taxes are perfect for retirees and it’s No. 18 for disabled health care through the analysis of WalletHub. Next: A shocking highlight bucking the trend in the state.

Unlike most Montana Missoula provides excellent healthcare. Andy Kemmis / iStock.com Cumulative score: 42 Population: 73340 Many people in Montana have no easy access to decent health care as a rural state. Missoula is bucking up the trend in a big way. It’s No. 4 in the WalletHub study’s health care rankings which makes it one of the best retirement cities you’ll find for great health care.Take all of the neighboring town Tempe’s highlights (No. 13 on our list) and turn them into a knot and you’ll get Scottsdale. The Phoenix suburb offers some of the best quality of life for seniors who are partially benefited by being No. 1 for the highest percentage of 65 and over residents. In the WalletHub rankings Scottsdale is No. 37 for aged health care and No. 2 overall. Next: For a second let s be honest. 6.

Orlando Fla. (TIE)

Average score: 39 Population: 280257 Do you expect Orlando to do the correct list of America’s best retirement cities? It’s inexpensive has plenty of activities (including working at Disney World’s dream retirement job) and has some of the best disabled health insurance in the United States. Next: A shocking top five starts.

Golfing in Overland Pa
rk is just one sport for retirees. Jamie Squire / Getty Images Combined score: 36 Population: 191278 Overland Park starts off a rather shocking top five but don’t think of this town as some high plains outpost. It’s a suburb of Kansas City and is one of the best retirement towns you’ll find. It is helpful to people with disabilities in addition to winning a high rank for health care (No. 8) in the WalletHub study. 4.

Pittsburgh

Low crime affordability and great healthcare make Pittsburgh one of the best cities for retirement. Ronald Martinez / Getty Images Average score: 35 Perhaps most people don’t think of Pittsburgh as one of America’s best retirement towns but it is. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s low cost of living low crime rate and awesome health care. Next: Another city from a state we previously visited. 3.

Sioux S.D. Dropped

Denver is among America’s best retirement cities. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images Combined score: 18 Population: 704621 Denver ranks in the WalletHub report in the top 35 for quality of life (35) for veterans (16) and for health care (14) and in the overall number 4. The only downside is the high living costs, but even that becomes more manageable. In the end, rising home prices are starting to slow down while the median home price is well in six figures.

1. Minneapolis

Minneapolis is a perfect place for pensioners. | RudyBalasko/iStock/Getty Images Plus Combined score: 16 Which side of the Mississippi River you prefer, both of Minnesota’s twin towns are one of America’s best retirement towns. Earlier, we visited St. Paul and now we are going a few miles west. Minneapolis also provides plenty of leisure opportunities for the retirement crowd, in addition to excellent health care (No. 5). Plus it’s very cheap and has two attributes with a low crime rate that make it one of America’s best retirement cities. Department of the U.S. Census. The Cheat Facebook Cover! Those are the 13 Things People Steal From Grocery Stores All the Time