A new report has come out that identifies Georgia as a Super Saving State. According to research conducted using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Georgia residents love to save their money. The report said that the peach state ranks 46th on average amount of money spent on things other than housing.
According to data Georgians spent an average of $29,752 a year, which includes $637 on shopping, $592 on moving around, $559 on house and home goods, $559 on health and family, $544 on food and drink and $175 on travel and leisure.
The state that spent the most was Connecticut with $57,331.
The U.S. average was $37,382.
Coosa Valley News