10 Best Cities in South Dakota to Retire

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As reported by Visit Aberdeen and as calculated by Smart Asset, here are the ten best cities in South Dakota  to retire. A few months ago, we showed South Dakota being one of the best states in the nation to retire. That blog can be viewed by clicking here.

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When ranking the cities, Smart Asset examines taxes, doctors' office, recreation centers, retirement centers, and percentage of seniors already in that area.

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