People don’t simply live in Columbus, Ohio – they experience it! Residents and visitors alike can take in special events, arts and culture, museums, sports, fabulous dining both fine and fast, and nature. Ohio’s capital city made U.S. News & World Report’s list of America’s Best Affordable Places to Retire, and Kiplinger Financial dubbed it a “great large city for retiring in good health.” Cost of living and home prices are below the national median. Ohio is tax-friendly for retirees, and Social Security retirement benefits are exempt from state income taxes. The diversity of community options for retirees guarantees finding a new happy home. Ohio State University medical center, the Mount Carmel Health System, and OhioHealth serve the area, along with countless great physicians and specialists. Medical care includes a nationally ranked cancer hospital, two heart hospitals and a top neurological hospital.
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