How Will My Expenses Change in a High Cost of Living Area?

If you’re moving to a higher cost-of-living (HCOL) area from a lower cost-of-living area (LCOL), you’re probably anticipating higher prices for housing and food.

Have you also thought about other expenses likely to increase, like childcare, transportation, and utilities?

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