A new ranking from Money Magazine compares the 50 best places to live in the U.S. Our visualization cuts through the noise to let you decide the best place depending on what you think is most important, from income to expenses and job growth.
If you are a new parent putting your baby in childcare, you might be in for a shock. Childcare costs more (a lot more) than college in over half the states in the country.
Unless you live off the grid, utilities are a big part of your monthly fixed budget. Our map breaks down how much Americans spend each month on electricity, gas, water, cable and Internet.