10. South Carolina
The coastal state of South Carolina is becoming increasingly attractive for retirees. Cities, such as Charleston, are rich with Southern charm and full of exciting opportunities to explore. But people in South Carolina will likely need to lean heavily on Social Security benefits for funding as they’re not exactly known for their saving abilities. Plus, the state’s 7% income tax bracket affects anyone who earns over $14,600. Yikes.
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