Texas Made the Top 10 in 2023 Cheapest States to Live in
Life is costing more and more each day, of course we are reminded of that every time we leave the house. Grocery shopping is costing an arm and a leg, and there are talks of gas prices going up again soon too. The one thing that we can all appreciate is that while we are all trying to save money, us Texans are fortunate enough to live in a state that made the top 10 list of cheapest states to live in for 2023.
The team at Homesnacks put together the list of the cheapest states to live in and it caught my attention because I am frugal with money. We all know that money goes faster than it ever comes, but as hard as we all work to get money it’s always nice to see it sitting in our bank account.
What Factors Decided the Cheapest States to Live in?
The list of the 10 cheapest states to live in was created by looking at the cost of seven things including: food, child care, medical costs, housing, transportation, taxes, and other personal necessities. While we might not living in the cheapest state in the country, there is a lot to appreciate about Texas.
What Are the Most Expensive States to Live in?
I’ve heard great things about Massachusetts, but I won’t be moving there anytime soon seeing as how it was ranked as the most expensive state to live in, followed by California then New Jersey.
Let’s look at the top 10 list of cheapest states to live in: