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New Hampshire Senior Living Communities

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If you want to retire to the “Live Free or Die” state, Senior Living can help in your search. We are an unbiased source—we’re not directly affiliated with any service provider—for seniors looking at any of the state’s 212 assisted living options. Within our site you’ll find peer reviews, location maps and timely retirement articles. Below are some New Hampshire facts you may find useful.

New Hampshire Senior Living CommunitiesAt 7.6%, New Hampshire has one of lowest state and local tax burdens in the country. And even though The Granite State has neither a personal income tax nor a general state sales tax, it still manages to remain economically healthy. In an exhaustive report prepared by the web site, New Hampshire ranks 8th nationally for its economic health with a low unemployment rate (5.7%), high median household income ($60,567) and low level of poverty (8.5%). There is no tax on retirement income and no estate and inheritance tax making this an attractive state for seniors. However, the cost of living is 17% above the national average.

The climate varies somewhat depending on where you live in the state. The average January high temperature state-wide is 29 degrees while the average July high is 82 degrees. If you live in the mountains or on the coast these temperatures will fall above or below accordingly. Precipitation—snow or rain—varies from 2.5 inches in January to 3.2 inches in July and stays within these ranges consistently throughout the year.

You’ll find the most retirement living options in New Hampshire’s largest cities: Manchester (pop: 107,006), Nashua (pop: 86,605), and Concord (pop: 40,607). You’ll also find more amenities in these cities whether it’s Manchester’s Palace Theater and Currier Museum of Art or Concord’s New Hampshire Historical Society. And Nashua lies just outside of Boston. For the active, how about staying at a summer camp with canoeing on Lake Winnipesaukee or skiing at Ragged Mountain

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