NEW YORK – Five Texas counties are among the top ten nationally when it comes to having a favorable cost of living, according to data compiled by personal finance technology company SmartAsset.
Glasscock County, with a purchasing power index of 97.64, was the highest-ranked Texas county at number four. The cost of living there is $40,209, and the median income is $81,563.
Rockwall County ranked sixth with an index of 96.96, Fort Bend County seventh with 96.16, Collin County eighth with 95.12, and Borden County tenth with 94.46.
The top county nationally was Delani in Alaska. It had a purchasing power index of 100.
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