Are you on track? This is how much it costs to retire comfortably in each state

“Each state also has a purple circle with a size corresponding to the average retirement age in that state” writes Shawn Langlois for On the flip side, Hawaii, which is the most expensive place to retire, comes in at 81.5 years, the highest.The “fattest state” in the country also sounds like a pretty great place to go out to pasture, if getting the biggest bang for your retirement buck is the priority.According to BLS data cited by cost-estimating website, Mississippi, at $617,661 in savings needed, is the most affordable state to spend your golden years.

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