A new WalletHub study doesn't have nice things to about the Commonwealth.  In fact, Kentucky has been named the single worst state to retire in.

The WalletHub study assessed 46 key indicators in each state.  Those indicators covered three main categories: affordability, quality of life and healthcare.  Kentucky didn't fare well at all . . . in any category.  In fact, the Commonwealth ranked 32nd nationwide in terms of affordability, 48th in quality of life and 47th in healthcare.  Added together, those indicators placed Kentucky dead last in the rankings. Indiana, by the way, ranked 34th.

These states were the Top Five: 1) Florida, 2) South Dakota, 3) Colorado, 4) New Hampshire and 5) Virginia.

To learn more about the study and to see how other states fared, CLICK HERE!