Even if you diligently save for retirement, it can be easy to come up short. If you're looking for the best bang for your buck while living out your golden years, geography can have a big impact. GoBankingRates.com analyzed monthly expenditures for all major U.S. cities and compiled a list of cities where it's possible to live for under $1,000 a month. The findings are based on the assumption that you own your home, making your only housing expenses property taxes and maintenance costs. The budget also includes utilities, groceries and health care. Check out these top 10 cities from around the country where you can afford to retire on $1,000 a month or less. The list also factors in livability data from AreaVibes.