2016's Best and Worst Cities for Financial Stability

Whether it's making a decision on where to spend retirement or finding how far a buck will go in one city compared to another, the financial impact of relocating is an important consideration for any client looking for a change of scenery.

To help determine which cities are the best—and the worst—for protecting your client’s finances, WalletHub has ranked the 150 largest U.S. cities for “WalletFitness,” using five dimensions: credit standing, responsible spending, savings, risk exposure and earning power. Within each dimension, several characteristics were considered, weighted and scored out of 20. Wallethub then summed the five dimensional scores to calculate a total score and tabulate a ranking. Also included in the gallery are the rankings cities earned for individual dimensions. 

For more on the methodology, click here.




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