Reaching the Golden Years is an important milestone. But, it’s also a very relaxing, stress-free one. It means you finally get to take care of yourself, do whatever you want, and have the time for anything.
Over the years, many people have chosen the Sunny State to retire in. And there are many reasons why you should do it. It’s a nice state, it has great weather and there are many other perks you’ll find here.
Or…are there? We may not always look at the bad parts and only see the good. But when it comes to moving your whole life across the country, there are some things you should keep in mind such as:
7 thoughts on “9 Reasons You Shouldn’t Retire In Florida”
No thank you. I have problems where I live now in Tennessee, but those sound much worse.
I have another reason not to move there and his name is Ron De Santis
I love it.
Been to FL three times in Motorhome in the Winter. Bugs were terrible. Very expensive.
I lived in Florida for 60 years & finally escaped to North Carolina after retirement. Everything mentioned in article is absolutely true. The primary reason for my departure was the unbearable heat & humidity which seemed to bother me more as I aged.
So very glad I don’t live there anymore.
This article is so biased I can’t believe a word. My pool costs me about $20 a month and is a bargain. No bugs, fewer wierdos than any other state, cleaner, spacier, and hot; yes, but certainly bearable. Better value, better governance, and I carry no house insurance. I self insure, and after 10 years, am far ahead. I may get caught, but can afford it. Tennis, golf year round. What’s not to like. Leo Pfeiffer email@example.com
I’ve lived in Florida for the last thirty years , and I wouldn’t live anywhere else . I’m originally from Buffalo NY and would never go back to live there .