How much is $100 worth where you live?

If your paycheck has been feeling a little short lately, it may not be your imagination. In some states it costs more—sometimes a fair bit more—to buy certain things, and your money just doesn't go as far.

When thinking about where it might be a good idea to retire, factoring in how far your money will go is definitely a wise move—since if you don't take steps to compensate for a more expensive state's higher prices, you could find yourself doing without some of the things that make life worth living—or just a little more comfortable—when you have all that time to think about it.

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