By Jason Hidalgo, Reno Gazette-Journal
Nevada just can’t seem to catch a break this year when it comes to rankings for retirement.
After being named one of the worst states for retirement by a report in February, the state ranked poorly in yet another list that came out this month.
Nevada was the ninth-worst state in the nation for retirement according to a report by personal finance company Bankrate.com. The state received a favorable top 10 ranking in only one out of seven categories: taxes. Nevada earned the fifth best rating in the nation for its favorable tax climate.