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Benefits of Retiring in Indiana

By    |   Thursday, 04 Jun 2015 06:51 PM

The pros of retiring in Indiana come down to perks of living where the cost is relatively low. If you are looking to add to the plus column of retiring in Indiana, here are several benefits.

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  1. Housing is More Affordable Here - According to statistics compiled on Sperling's Best Places, the median home cost is $115,000 in Indiana. That's $51,100 less than the national average. You can rent a three-bedroom home or apartment in the Hoosier State for $949 a month, $340 less than the national average.
  2. Groceries Won't Gouge You - In Hawaii, a gallon of milk can cost more than $6 – double what it would cost in Indiana. The "grocery index" in the Hoosier state is 92.5, compared with the national average index of 100, making Indiana one of the least expensive states when it comes to groceries.
  3. There's the Perk of Picnics - It's not everywhere that you can picnic in your own backyard. Indiana has grassy parks and plenty of affordable homes with big backyards. The ever-changing weather may mean you can picnic less than half the year, but you can make a snowman in your big yard come winter. Or leave that to the grandkids.
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  5. The People are Friendly - In Indiana, they call it "Hoosier Hospitality." More often than not, people here are willing to lend a helping hand for their neighbors. They exchange recipes, check on friends who are sick and build relationships in their communities.
  6. The Size is Just Right - Indiana's biggest city is Indianapolis, and the state loves its small towns. Cities like Madison make national rankings, such as Midwest Living's "100 Best Small-Town Getaways." Seymour helped inspire some of John Mellencamp's music. Towns like Corydon still have soda fountains. Greencastle, home of DePauw University, still has famed covered bridges. This is the part of the country where people wave, and you wave back.
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The pros of retiring in Indiana come down to perks of living where the cost is relatively low. If you are looking to add to the plus column of retiring in Indiana, here are several benefits.
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