Senior citizens looking to relocate may want to steer clear of Hawaii as it ranks as the most expensive state to retire to, figures show.
Retirees in the Aloha state require $121,000 to live comfortably, according to study by GoBankingRates - compared to those in Mississippi who need just $55,000.
Washington DC, Massachusetts, California and New York were the next most expensive states to retire to, with an average annual cost of $94,000 across all four.
After Mississippi the four cheapest states were Oklahoma, Alabama, Kansas and Iowa, with an average cost of $57,000 a year.
Across the US, the average annual income required for comfort was $68,000.