If you're contemplating a move, you might be wondering if your salary and your new location are a match. Use our Cost of Living Calculator to figure out how expensive (or inexpensive) life would be in your new city.Calculate
The measure of change over time in the prices of common food items (think: milk, bread, and eggs). Takeout’s great, but at some point, you’ve got to stock your fridge. See how much of a bite food prices will take out of your budget.
Keeping a roof over your head could be your biggest expense. Total housing expenses can include a home’s price, mortgage interest rates, monthly mortgage payments (plus interest), or cost of rent.
The estimated energy and electric bills for renters and homeowners. Depending on where you live, these could differ greatly.
Even if you WFH, you’ll probably need to hop in a car at some point. Figure out what it’ll cost to drive in your new city.
Health care costs
They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away – but we know that’s not quite right. Health care costs to consider in your city may include dental and medical visits and prescription drugs.
After a long, hard day’s work – including WFH – you’ll need to unwind … or get new lightbulbs. Miscellaneous costs may cover everything from lightbulbs and shampoo to gym memberships and hair salon visits.