You've made your millions and now you're ready to spend the rest of your days in a quieter, warmer environment with lower taxes. Or perhaps you're still earning those millions but like to plan ahead. Either way, you might be interested in Bankrate's latest list.
The consumer financial services company recently released its best U.S. cities for retirement list. The company ranked nearly 200 cities in terms of walkability, cost of living, crime rate, health care quality, tax rates, weather and wellness for seniors.
Not too surprisingly the top 10 of those cities have us relocating either out West or down South. The one exception is Des Moines, Iowa.
"Even in spots that have extremely cold winters, retirees are still able to leave their homes and enjoy a breath of fresh air. In turn, many of the most active communities tend to have the happiest residents," Bankrate says.
Here's a look at Bankrate's top 10 cities for retirees, in reverse order. You can see the full ranking of 196 cities here.