Madison, Wis. tops the list of the best cities for successful aging, according to a 2014 Milken Institute report. Two Utah cities also top the list, with Provo at No. 3 and Salt Lake City rounding out the top five, which also included Boston and Omaha, Neb.
More than 80 million Baby Boomers are reaching or just above retirement age, and many are moving to Active Adult communities. Important factors to determine the best large cities for successful aging include safe and affordable environments, opportunities for financial security, mobility, living options for retirees, beneficial opportunities for community engagement, and health care infrastructure, according to the Milken Institute.
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