25 Best Places To Retire In 2017

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Lincoln Nebraska
City of 277,000, a combo of state capital and college town (University of Nebraska), 50 miles southwest of Omaha.
PROS Cost of living 8% below national average, median home price $156,000. Adequate physicians per capita. High rank on Milken Institute list of best cities for successful aging. Good air quality. Pretty bikeable. Low serious crime rate. No state estate/inheritance tax.
CONS Cold winters. State income tax on Social Security benefits.
NOTED So-so economy.
TRIVIA Home of U.S.'s only one-house state legislature.
Lincoln, Nebraska City of 277,000, a combo of state capital and college town (University of Nebraska), 50 miles southwest of Omaha.
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