Oklahoma is becoming a popular destination for retirees due to its affordability, easy access to medical facilities and shopping and moderate home prices. The median home in Oklahoma costs less than $100,000, and the cost of living is 14% below the national average. Social Security income isn’t taxed, there’s no state estate or inheritance tax, and property taxes are on the lower end. So where are the best places in the Sooner State to retire?  To determine the best places in Oklahoma, we looked at a number of retirement sources and publications to bring you the best cities. Here are the top 10:

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Do you agree with this list? Do you have any more suggestions for the best places to retire in Oklahoma? If so, please share your thoughts.

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