We know that Social Security is vital to retirement — but ever wonder which cities see the most money from it?
Or to be more specific, which cities are home to the greatest number of retirees who collectively receive the most benefits? This study from SmartAsset by way of Yahoo Finance shows us that these cities are dispersed in various states all around the country, from Indiana to Nebraska to Arizona.
This list also details some of the opposite cities. That is to say, cities where retirees rely least on benefits. These include some expensive locations, such as Washington D.C., and Sacramento, California.
Do any of the cities on this list surprise you? What brings seniors to some areas and not others? Do you think it’s about cost of living, senior amenities, or other factors? Share your thoughts!