What is $100 Worth in Pittsburgh?

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map by the tax foundation 

Compared to a lot of big cities, both nationwide and in Pennsylvania, a Ben Franklin travels pretty far. The Tax Foundation studied the cost of living in metropolitan areas across the country, and found that $100 in the Pittsburgh-metropolitan area buy you about $106.16 worth of things. Jump outside the metro area and your $100 purchasing power increases to $109.65.In fact, Pittsburghers can enjoy the fact that...

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