When it comes to places to grow old, South Dakota topped a new list.
A new report from Caring.com ranked all 50 states based on a variety of financial, health care and quality of life categories.
It says South Dakota has excellent health care at below-average prices.
Iowa and Minnesota placed second and third for the best states to grow old.
Florida ranked No. 31 because of below-average health care quality.
As we age, it's important to think about where we want to live during our golden years. Best states to consider: https://t.co/6CL6GeMpiQ
— Caring.com (@Caring) May 9, 2016