18 Places Where Social Security Is More Than Enough

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Lincoln, Nebraska

The average rent here is $806, and it’s the second-highest on the list. Overall, living in Lincoln is still 10% cheaper than living in any other part of the U.S.A. It also has a good livability score of 78, so if you’re fine with the cold weather, go for it!

Grand Forks, North Dakota

Grand Forks is the most northern city on this list. At $733, renting something here is still 11% less expensive than elsewhere. In Grand Forks, the cost of living score is 88.2, which is more than fair for this region. If you consider moving to North Dakota, this is the place to go!

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