Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) March 12, 2015
Debt.com’s new interactive map, The Worst Major Cities To Live In When Saving Money, uses the major cost of living factors for the 100 biggest U.S. cities, ranging from the cost of buying a home or renting, to average gas prices and unemployment.
Debt.com found that Las Vegas is not the worst place to save money and in the bottom 10 is New York City and a handful of California cities. Portland, OR is the only bright spot for savings on the West Coast, and that Midwest cities have become a better place for savings in the past few years. Its also easier to save money in northern Texas than southern Texas.
The cost of living data that Debt.com compiled includes: