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http://www.bankrate.com/finance/retirement/worst-states-for-retirement.aspx#slide=10#ixzz2Sm7k4Apc

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Oregon worst state for retirement

posted to KBC 5/8/13, bankrate.com

 Oregon  Tusharkoley/Shutterstock.comOregon ranks dead last on Bankrate's list of bad states for retirement for a variety of reasons. Its crime rate, state and local tax burden and cost of living are all higher than the national average. Its annual average temperature is 48.8 degrees, which is colder than the 30-year national average of 52.8 degrees.

However, The Beaver State offers spectacular scenery from Mount Hood to the Pacific coast, and plentiful opportunities for hikers to climb its rugged terrain and kayakers to experience its exhilarating white-water rapids -- perhaps unsuitable activities for all but the hardiest retirees.



 

 

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