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COLI in the Media

COLI in the News
10 of the cheapest places in America for retirees to live
September 5, 2019

The cities and towns that are the most — and least — expensive for the over-65 set, according to a new study.

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Kalamazoo ranked third least expensive city to live in
August 29, 2019

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Kalamazoo is the third least expensive urban area in which to live in America, according to the Council for Community and Economic Research, or C2ER. The Virginia-based organization compiled a list of the 10 most and least expensive urban areas around the United State in the Cost of Living Index (COLI). The COLI “is based […]

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Here’s where you’ll find the most expensive groceries in America, according to Rent.com
July 30, 2019

A new report published this month by Rent.com identifies the 10 most expensive cities and counties to buy groceries in the US.

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Live in these cities if you want to save plenty of cash
July 9, 2019

Where you live can have a big impact on whether you’re able to amass a security nest egg. Experts generally recommend you have at least six months’ cash on hand in case you lose your job or have a medical or other emergency. However, data from personal finance website Bankrate show that there are cities where […]

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20 Most Expensive U.S. Cities to Live In
April 26, 2019

The most expensive U.S. cities are usually expensive for a reason. Residents pay higher living costs in exchange for favorable geography, climate, culture or economic prosperity — or all of the above. In some cases, however, simple remoteness plays a role. Longer supply lines often translate into higher prices for goods. To determine just how […]

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Teacher Salary Ranking Jumps When Adjusted For Cost Of Living
April 3, 2019

Mississippi teachers make less than their counterparts nationally in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, but when Mississippi’s low cost of living is taken into account, the state’s rank jumps to 35th nationally.

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