10 Cities in U.S Where Your Paycheck Goes the Furthest

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10. Austin, TexasOut of all the cities on this list, Austin has the highest rent cost at $1,100 per month for a one-bedroom. Still, although the median household income is $55,216 in this city, residents only need about $53,225 to live comfortably — which means the typical resident will have a surplus of nearly $2,000 after budgeting for necessities, savings and discretionary spending.

If you’re a music lover, you’ll probably end up spending some of your discretionary fund on Austin’s music scene. This Texas city is known for its live music, with musicians playing everywhere from grocery stores to music festivals, including the popular Austin City Limits and South by Southwest festivals.

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