Hamilton County tops purchasing power study

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SmartAsset, a financial technology company, recently completed a study on where in Indiana people get the most out of their money. The study compared median income and cost-of-living data nationwide to find the counties where people hold the most purchasing power. Hamilton County was No. 1 in Indiana.

For the full study, visit smartasset.com/mortgage/cost-of-living-calculator#Indiana/purchasing-power.

Rank

County, State

Cost of Living

Median Income

Purchasing Power Index

1

Hamilton

$46,672

$90,582

79.65

2

Boone

$43,681

$75,591

66.57

3

Hendricks

$43,580

$74,245

64.90

4

Warrick

$39,129

$66,080

63.97

5

Porter

$39,070

$65,979

63.97

6

Johnson

$39,262

$65,272

62.33

7

Dearborn

$38,194

$62,905

61.37

8

Hancock

$43,354

$70,973

60.75

9

Lagrange

$36,375

$58,336

58.68

10

Ohio, Ind.

$36,560

$58,359

58.21


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