-24. Oklahoma City, Okla.
- Annual healthcare services: $5,425.64
- Annual taxes: $3,234.23
- Annual utilities: $3,442.04
- Annual housing: $7,776.18
- Overall cost of living: $41,355.03
Oklahoma City is one of the best cities where your $100,000 retirement savings will go far in your first couple of years in retirement. And according to another GOBankingRates.com study, you only need to make about $44,180 to live comfortably.
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Methodology: Cities were ranked based on their cost of living index relative to the average annual expenditures for retirees 65 and older. In order to find the average annual expenditures for retirees 65 and older, GOBankingRates.com used data from the BLS Consumer Expenditure Survey. Cost of living indices were taken from Numbeo on Nov. 30, 2016.