Inflation continues to make its mark, and many are struggling. So what are the best parts of the country to live in if you’re looking for some relief?
Well, CNBC has listed America’s 10 cheapest states to live in. Coming in at number 10 is Arkansas, followed by Indiana, West Virginia, Iowa, Missouri, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Kansas, and number one on the list is Mississippi.
CNBC rated the states based on an index of prices for goods and services. The 10 states selected were the cheapest to live in over the past year. They also listed the cost of a half gallon of milk and monthly average energy bills to determine that list.
Click to listen to the report from AURN’s Jamie Jackson:
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