A new study out Tuesday morning is putting a spotlight on some of the most expensive places to live.
Two cities in Connecticut made that list.
With the median annual household income in the U.S. at $59,000, credit card comparison site, MagnifyMoney, looked at large metro areas to see how far $100,000 would stretch for families of three.
And it turns out, not that far.
New York came in at tenth with a $505 disposable monthly income.
Hartford at number 9, with $479 in disposable income per month. Boston closely behind.
In Bridgeport, 100 grand wouldn’t get you too far. In fact, the park city comes in at number 4 with 98 bucks in the red!
Coming in at number one is San Jose, California where you are out more than $450 every month.