Montana and Wyoming rank in top 10 of best states to retire
BILLINGS, Mont. -
Montana and Wyoming rank in the top 10 best states to retire, according to personal finance website Wallethub.
The company compared the 50 states and District of Columbia on a number of topics from cost of living to entertainment options to public hospital rankings. Montana ranks eighth on the list and Wyoming ranks second overall.
Montana ranks 9th in the nation for the number of health care facilities per capita. The Treasure State also ranks 5th in the nation for the percentage of population 65 and older.
Florida takes the number one spot and Rhode Island is last.