Arizona has been known for years as a retirement haven, but it doesn't place in the top ten on a new list of the best places in the nation to retire. WalletHub compared all 50 states on affordability, health-related factors and quality of life. Arizona came in 14th overall.
Arizona scored high marks for healthcare, but was in the bottom half of the country for affordability and quality of life, which measured such things as theaters and museums, also included golf courses and mildness of weather. Florida was number one on the list. Kentucky was dead last.