“South Dakota, with its chilly winters and long stretches of desolate land, may be pretty far down on your list of places to retire. But with the average married boomer facing a retirement savings shortfall of $30,000, advisers say the Mount Rushmore State is worth a look, given its low prices on everything from real estate to food.”
That was the opening paragraph of a January 12 article by Catey Hill at SmartMoney.com. The magazine is currently running a series, “Retire Here, Not There,” featuring affordable retirement alternatives in various states. This week’s article featured South Dakota and recommended four retirement destinations: Rapid City, Sioux Falls, Pierre, and Hill City.
Rick was among the sources interviewed for the article, which you can read here.