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It can be expensive to live in big cities like New York or San Francisco, but other cities, like Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Brownsville, Texas, are much more affordable.
The average household across major US cities spends between $314 a month and over $500 a month on groceries, according to the BLS.
I’m a full-time digital nomad, and credit card points make traveling 8 months of the year no more expensive than staying at home
I'm able to keep my transportation and lodging costs low largely by using points and miles from my credit cards, which provide a lot of value.
The federal minimum wage has risen over the years, but not nearly enough to keep up with inflation and the skyrocketing cost of living.
Everything from transportation, to buying more furniture for your bigger home, to lawn maintenance will add to your home costs in the suburbs.
Soon-to-be retirees should consider Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Mississippi for affordable costs of living and home prices.
To save on taxes and healthcare in retirement, consider cities like Laredo, Texas, Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Brownsville, Texas.
Full-time retail jobs have all but disappeared over the last decade, and workers have to get ‘2, 3, sometimes even 4 part-time jobs just to get ...
Retail work is not nearly as lucrative or steady as it was a decade ago, and retailers' cost-cutting employment practices are largely to blame.
In some cities, $3,000 a month will get you five bedrooms. In others, it will get you just one bedroom.
We compared the price of 11 grocery staples today against what they cost 10 years ago. The cost of bacon skyrocketed while the cost of eggs dipped.