A new study ranks the best and worse states for retirement in the U.S. and both Arizona and California make it on the list.
Moneyrates.com ranked the Grand Canyon State 4th in the best states to retire.
California rounded up the top ten list, in a tie with Texas.
The study's author says they weigh in different factors like unemployment, property taxes, and weather.
Hawaii took the number one spot and Michigan was ranked the worse place to retire.
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