If you have saved money for retirement, you probably do not want to lose your nest egg to costs that you cannot control, such as taxes, health care insurance and living expenses. GoBankingRates.com ranked the following 10 most states, in ascending order, as the most expensive in which to retire:  

No. 10 Nebraska

Nebraska made it to the list by having “exorbitant” tax rates, according to GoBankingRates.com. The state has the highest inheritance tax rate in the nation at 18 percent and Social Security income tax and property tax rates that are among the highest.