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Most affordable cities to retire? Pittsburgh in Top 10

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Just in time for David Letterman’s retirement, his network has found the Top 10 places where he can enjoy his golden years.

A recent Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate survey on the retirement dreams of baby boomers finds that 39 percent are focused on a bucolic lifestyle while 26 would like to go urban.

To determine what places would offer a mix of city and country — as well as favorable tax rates and median home prices — CBS News crunched the numbers from the Tax Foundation, Census Bureau and Zillow.

The Top 10? Drum roll, please …

With only 10.2 percent of income going to taxes, a cost of living at 8.5 percent below national average and a median home price of $119,600: Pittsburgh

Indianapolis
Omaha
Decatur, Alabama
Tulsa
Tampa
Clarksville, Tenn.
Corpus Christi/Rockport
Alexandria, Louisiana
Aiken, S. Carolina

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