Winston-Salem jumps 19 spots in U.S. News’ Best Places to Retire rankings

Winston-Salem, where the mood is good and retiree taxes are low, moved inside the magazine's top 25. The Camel City was one of only a few Southeast cities to make the top 25, which was dominated by Northeast metro areas after the magazine tweaked its criteria this year. The changes weren't as kind to the Greensboro/High Point market.

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