2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire in California – WalletHub Study

With California proceeding with its auto-IRA retirement plan this summer as part of its goal to ease the retirement crisis in the state, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire in California.

To determine the most retirement-friendly destinations in the Golden State, WalletHub’s analysts compared more than 250 California cities across 28 key measures. The data set ranges from adjusted cost of living to health-care facilities per capita to number of attractions.
 
Retirement-Friendliness of Oxnard (1=Best; 126=Avg.): 

  • 107th – Adjusted Cost of Living
  • 213th – % of Population Aged 65 & Older
  • 126th – % of Workers Aged 65 & Older
  • 114th – Health Care Facilities per Capita
  • 241st – Family & General Physicians per Capita
  • 12th – Fishing Facilities per Capita
  • 65th – Museums per Capita
  • 187th – Property-Crime Rate

For the full report, please visit: https://wallethub.com/edu/best-cities-to-retire-in-california/38260/

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One Response to 2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire in California – WalletHub Study

  1. Tom September 15, 2017 at 11:54 am

    Of the 252 places to retire in California, Ventura County cities rank:

    105–Santa Paula
    130–Thousand Oaks
    140–Simi Valley
    144–Camarillo
    148–Ventura
    157–Moorpark
    175–Oxnard

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