The saying “everything’s bigger in Texas,” apparently also applies to spending. Two cities from the Lone Star state figured into the list of U.S.cities where residents spend the most money a year on food, shopping, travel, transportation, health and home expenses, according to a new report from money comparison site Bundle.com.
Bundle.com, which is backed by Citigroup, Microsoft and Morningstar, compiled the list using spending data from Citi and the U.S. government in 2009. All spending data is the average overall household expenses for residents in each city and excludes mortgage and rent payments. Click on to see if your city ranks in the top 10.
Posted: March 24, 2010
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