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The 50 cheapest places to retire in the US

GOBankingRates Logo By Cameron Huddleston of GOBankingRates | Slide 2 of 51: Annual expenditures: $43,513Annual amount spent on housing: $16,188Annual amount spent on health: $9,650The “Sunshine City” is the first Florida city to make the list for the cheapest cities in the U.S. to retire in. Although some places in Florida are overrated to spend retirement in, Saint Petersburg is definitely a city to consider, with great weather year round and beautiful oceanfront views.

50. Saint Petersburg, Fla.

  • Annual expenditures: $43,513
  • Annual amount spent on housing: $16,188
  • Annual amount spent on health: $9,650
  • The “Sunshine City” is the first Florida city to make the list for the cheapest cities in the U.S. to retire in. Although some places in Florida are overrated to spend retirement in, Saint Petersburg is definitely a city to consider, with great weather year round and beautiful oceanfront views.

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