Tallahassee, Florida, has ranked in the top spot for most desirable "Boomer" retirement community in the country, according to a study by The Washington Economics Group.

The WEG report, "Best Choice for Retiring Boomers: Head South—An Analysis of Selected U.S. Cities," builds on a recent Mason-Dixon Polling & Research survey that looked at people's retirement relocation preferences over the past 10 years.

The survey found that one-third of Baby Boomers would consider moving to another state to find a mid-sized town that offers a pleasant warm climate with a mild hint of winter, a low cost of living and favorable tax rate, and a top quality health care system.

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