Where should you retire? Idaho

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Your answers tell us that you might like Idaho to retire in. Idaho ranked as one of the most affordable states in the US and one of the safest. In fact, according to the FBI, it has the lowest crime rate in the country. There’s no need to be a couch potato when you live in Idaho. Idaho has 30 State parks to explore including the City of Rocks National Reserve. Also visit Sun Valley ski resort, home of the world’s first chairlift! The Gem State is indeed a gem. Credits:© EdgeOfReason Shutterstock.com, © Tim Roberts Photography/Shutterstock.com, © Peter Kunasz/Shutterstock.com, © Francesco R. Iacomino/Shutterstock.com, © welcomia/Shutterstock.com

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