Monday, January 16, 2012

The 25 Cheapest Cities in the U.S.

Rising gas, food, and health-care costs have some Americans wondering where their dollars can do more. Price data collected over the last year by the Council for Community & Economic Research (C2ER)—a group in Arlington, Va., that tracks housing, transport, health-care, grocery, and other costs in more than 340 urban areas around the country—shows that Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Arkansas are home to many of the least-expensive places in the U.S.

via business week

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