While some people choose to stay where they are when they retire, others relocate, for a variety of reasons. Perhaps a dream location inspires a move, or it's because of the availability of certain activities, or even the climate. Since retiring generally means a reduction in income, most people also have to consider what all of this will cost. Some states are more retiree-friendly when it comes to taxes and affordability of resources for seniors.
WalletHub has put together a list of the best places to retire across various criteria. Here's the list of the most affordable states to retire to, based on the adjusted cost of living, tax friendliness and the cost of care services. Note: Adult day care and nursing home costs are from SeniorLiving.org.