Retirement in the state of Texas sounds like a dream come true to most people that are still grinding away at their 40-hour work week job. It’s something that we all hope to achieve at some point in life, not having to wake up and go to work but instead be able to work on projects or things that interest us. While it takes years and years of hard work to get there, it is achievable. But what are your best options if you’re wanting to retire in Texas, let’s look at what counties might be the best for you.

Texas Retirement

As you would expect there are lots of factors to consider when you are approaching retirement age and want to start thinking about where you want to retire. Obviously, a big part of weighing those options includes the cost of living. The last thing you want to do is blow through your retirement savings and end up going back to work. But there are several other factors that go into making a big decision like this, such as weather.  

It’s Okay to be Greedy in Retirement 

So many people work hard to provide for their family, in retirement it’s okay to do things that make you happy. Live in a place that you love and engage in the activities you enjoy. Life is short, live it up.  

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Let’s Look at the Best Counties in Texas for Retiring 

Here is a look at some of your best options if you’re wanting to retire in Texas. Make yourself comfortable, you’re going to love it.  

LOOK: Best Counties To Retire to in Texas

Stacker compiled a list of the best counties to retire in Texas using data from Niche.

WARNING: These Are the Counties With the Most Tornadoes in Texas

Stacker compiled a list of counties which experience the most tornadoes in Texas using data from NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information.

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