Choosing a retirement spot can be overwhelming given the number of possible locales.
Now those at Forbes have done their own research and have released a list of the best places to retire in 2016 in the U.S. They looked at things like cost of living, home prices, taxes and even unemployment rates, just in case you want to work part-time in retirement. The list isn't a ranking, rather a solid list of 25 cities that offer different perks for retirees, depending on what you're looking for. Check out five of their recommendations below and head over to Forbes to see the complete list.