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Best & Worst Cities for Wallet Wellness
Money worries can be a drag, but here are the best and worst cities for having a financially satisfying and low-stress lifestyle.  

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(REUTERS)

Airport Minneapolis, Minneapolis St.Paul International Airport, MSP

BEST: 1. Minneapolis

4. Houston, Texas

BEST: 2. Houston

Dallas, City of Dallas, Texas

BEST: 3. Dallas

Pittsburgh, city of Pittsburgh

BEST: 4. Pittsburgh

St. Louis, City of St. Louis

BEST: 5. St. Louis

Cleveland Indians, City of Cleveland, baseball stadium

BEST: 6. Cleveland

(reuters)

Kansas City

BEST: 7. Kansas City

Cincinnati, city of Cincinnati

BEST: 8. Cincinnati

Chicago, City of Chicago

BEST: 9. Chicago

(Courtesy of CTA)

Atlanta, ATL, City of Atlanta

BEST: 10. Atlanta

Riverside California

WORST: 30. Riverside, Calif

(REUTERS)

8. Portland, Ore.

WORST: 29. Portland, Ore

Las Vegas strip

WORST: 28. Las Vegas

(Jeremy A. Kaplan/FoxNews.com)

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WORST: 27. Orlando

Highway With Los Angeles Skyline

WORST: 26. Los Angeles

New York City Skyline

WORST: 25. New York

(Reuters)

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WORST: 24. Sacramento

San Antonio River Walk View, 640x360

WORST: 23. San Antonio

(Joseph Rodriguez )

San Diego

WORST: 22. San Diego

(Reuters)

Boston Skyline in Massachusetts

WORST: 21. Boston, MA

(Reuters)

Best & Worst Cities for Wallet Wellness

Money worries can be a drag, but here are the best and worst cities for having a financially satisfying and low-stress lifestyle.  

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