Here's a list of from Business Insider:
The top ten:
10. Las Vegas
6. Salt Lake City
A few thoughts from me:
- The Florida cities did so well because they have no state income tax, great weather, and lots to do.
- Denver is awesome, though I like Colorado Springs better. It's an hour away from Denver in case you want to go there but the traffic is about 1/100th as bad.
- I'm surprised that Honolulu made it. It looks like the only high-cost city on the list. Obviously it has a lot going for it, but I'm surprised it overcame the cost-factor.
If you were advocating for a "best place to retire", what city would you add to the list?