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Connecticut has an East coast wonderland of opportunities. Seniors seeking retirement choices for assisted living will find culture minded community’s here. Found on the Atlantic coast, healthy seafood is plentiful and fresh. Cultural events abound covering a wide range of arts and entertainment actives.
The cost of living in Connecticut is on the high side, though the average cost of assisted living ranks modest compared with other states. The main population runs throughout the center of the state and the Atlantic coastline. The east and west rural areas offer country settings and several lakes with wooded hills containing natural attractions.
Norwich, located in the Southeast has one of the lowest cost areas for assisted living housing at $45,800. Hartford, the state capitol, is midrange for cost at $54,100. The towns and communities along the southern coastal area do run the highest for the state at an average of $69,500. The states annual cost for assisted living facilities average $53,000 and nursing home centers average $130,000.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health, Facility Licensing & Investigations Section licenses and oversees health care living centers and homes. The state's income tax spreads over three brackets set at 3%, 5%, and 6.5% each. The state's sales tax charge 6% for purchases. Connecticut’s total tax rate comes in third highest in the nation.
Connecticut has a large variety of products grown or built in the state. The agricultural community offers the normal farm stock and crops and includes shellfish and fishing revenues from the ocean. The industrial part includes several aircraft markets and nuclear submarines. The farm countryside offer picturesque settings in the surrounding communities. Retirees from the adjoining states choose this area for its natural relaxed country lifestyle.
More than 500,000 seniors call Connecticut home and the number will continue growing. The climate can become humid, especially along the coast. The Atlantic Ocean, which influences all weather patterns, can produce cold heavy snows in the winter months. The state’s renowned university is Yale in New Haven, while the rest of the state offers many historic points of interest.