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Retire to Indiana

Indiana, the 19th state admitted to the Union of the United States, is a Midwestern state between Ohio and Illinois with a coastline on the southern tip of Lake Michigan.

Indianapolis skyline
Indianapolis, Indiana skyline and White River
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Large cities in Indiana include Indianapolis, the capital city, and Fort Wayne. Indiana's terrain is a lowland plain with rolling hills and occasional valleys.

The climate is humid with cool winters and warm summers. Annual precipitation is moderate to above average.

Indiana is a leader in manufacturing, particularly steel and pharmaceuticals. Indiana is a moderate tax state with state income and sales taxes.

Retirement Cities

Bloomington, home to the University of Indiana, is included in our survey of best places to retire. Get a video tour of Bloomington at Indiana videos.

Bloomington, IN
To the Bloomington, IN City Report
Ranks high in: Home Prices, Population Growth, Building Permit Growth, Population Age
Population: 84,465
City Type: Lakes & Rivers, College Town, Wine Country
Climate Type: Cool & Wet
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