New Hampshire Makes the Honor Roll for Retirees

New Hampshire captures the best of New England with its scenic beauty and unbeatable quality of life that has moved it to the number one spot for retirees according to a Bankrate survey. Known for friendly people, and endless recreation, the Granite State has so much to offer active adults with a passion for history, and outdoor living. Newsmax named Enfield, Portsmouth, Concord, and Manchester the most popular cities in New Hampshire to retire, and with low cost of living, and no income tax, retirees will appreciate the affordable lifestyle. New Hampshire was named the 3rd safest state by U.S News & World Report, provides high-quality healthcare, and health nuts get ready to unite because this part of the country has some of the best hiking in New England.

Baby boomers might forget their South Beach retirement goals once they set eyes on New Hampshire’s gorgeous beaches and charming seaside towns. Home to president Franklin Pierce, historic architecture, and where the Tupperware seal made its debut in 1949, this New England gem is a destination to sink your roots into. For boomers still in the workforce, New Hampshire clocks in as having one of the nation’s lowest unemployment rates, and higher than average salaries. according to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, and NBC News. Ask any local what all the fuss is about, and they’ll tell you it’s the tax-free retail therapy, crisp local brews, and to start shining up your bike spokes because the great outdoors will call your name. Whatever the season, ageless active adults are hitting the slopes, snowmobiling, or stopping to smell the wildflowers. Have you seen this place in the fall? It’s a spectacular show of colors so vibrant, it will take your breath away.

Snowbirds may never leave the nest after living in this sought after retirement destination. There are plenty of age-friendly walkable towns from the capital of Concord to Portsmouth where the sea meets an exciting cultural hub that’s rich in history and sightseeing. 55+ communities throughout the state give retirees and baby boomers the affordable home they’ve dreamed of, and the active lifestyle New Hampshire is famous for. History buff, to outdoor sports enthusiast, there’s a reason why this New England charmer is at the top of its class.