Indiana Retirement Information

Most Americans are familiar with the stereotype of snowbirds -- people who move someplace warmer for at least part, if not all, of their retirement.

For those who don't mind a little real winter, Indiana can be a great place to live. Most people feel at home because Indiana is nicknamed the "crossroads of America."

Indianapolis offers a number of nationally renowned hospitals and medical treatment of all kinds. Chicago, Illinios also offers high quality medical care.

The state also boasts lower-than-average nursing home and assisted-living costs.

Living In Indiana
Weather The climate is humid-continental. There are 4 seasons. Summers are hot and winters are cold. The northern part experiences lake effect snowstorms. The southern part of the state is considerably warmer. All parts of the state have exposure to violent tornadoes.
Tornadoes Frequent every year
Hurricanes None
Earth quakes Extremely Rare
Wildfires None
Flooding Some along rivers
Tidal Surges None
Mud Slides None
Snow Yes, heavy at times
Freezing Rain Yes
Cold Winds Yes
Volcanoes None
Indiana Public Retirement System
Indiana State Teachers' Retirement Fund
Indiana Retirement Communities - Active Adult
Guide to Taxes on Retirees
Indiana Assisted Living Communities
Indiana Retirement Communities
Active Adult Retirement Communities
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