An analysis ranking the best and worst places to retire in the United States ranked Arizona at 22.
The study looked at three main categories: "affordability," "quality of life" and "health care."
While Arizona was No. 12 for health care, it was No. 30 for affordability and No. 36 for quality of life by WalletHub.
Florida was the higest ranked state and Kentucky ranked lowest.
The average retirement age in the U.S. is between 59 and 60 years old, according to DQYDJ.