I thought I had time to not think about retirement as a 20-something female, but thanks to this story, I'm thinking about it.

If this is a thought located more centrally in your mind, have no fear: Colorado is apparently one of the best places to spend your retirement. This is according to a recent study from WalletHub, whose researchers looked at life expectancy, COVID-19 positivity ratings in the last week, the death rate, and more.

Thanks to Colorado's affordability, quality of life, and quality of healthcare, we ranked #2 out of 50. The only state to beat us? FloridaThat seems right.

If you're considering retiring, also consider staying here: you're in the (second-best) place to settle down and relax.

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