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When you finally hang ’em up, for good, where will you go?

Will you remain in the spot where you made your living — where you cultivated your nest egg? Or will you pick up and relocate to a more relaxin locale?

For those who are thinking about the latter for their golden years, we have an important and potentially invaluable resource.

Via Task & Purpose comes a brand new report from the site WalletHub, which breaks down the best and worst states for retired military veterans to settle. It takes into account a number of factors, including where to secure the best healthcare, the condition of the economic environment, housing affordability and overall quality of life.

Here are the worst states:

Utah
North Carolina
Washington, DC
New Jersey
Rhode Island

And here are the best states:

Florida
Montana
New Hampshire
Wyoming
South Carolina

To read the report in its entirety, click here.