How Long $1 Million Will Last in Retirement in Every State

39. New Hampshire

$1 million will last: 19 years
In Vermont’s neighboring New England state of New Hampshire, you can squeeze a full 19 years out of $1 million. At $4,128 a year, the cost of groceries is well above the national average. At $4,824, the annual bill for utilities is even higher compared to the rest of the nation. In fact, New Hampshire residents can expect to pay higher-than-average costs across all categories.
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