This Is What $100 Means in Every Single State
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Just when you thought you couldn’t stretch the dollars in your wallet any further, the Tax Foundation comes out with a list of exactly how much $100 is worth in every single state. The value is based on the fact that prices for certain items are much cheaper in some states (like Missouri or Ohio) versus others (we’re talking to you, New York). The result? Depending on where you live, you’ll get more—or less—bang for your buck. Or, if you live in Florida, you’ll get exactly what you put in, dollar for dollar.

Alabama: $113.90

Alaska: $94.61

Arizona: $103.73

Arkansas: $114.29

California: $88.97

Colorado: $98.04

Connecticut: $91.91

Delaware: $98.14

Florida: $100.91 

Georgia: $108.70

Hawaii: $85.62 

Idaho: $107.07 

Illinois: $99.30 

Indiana: $109.41

Iowa: $110.74

Kansas: $110.25

Kentucky: $112.74

Louisiana: $109.41

Maine: $102.99

Maryland: $90.66

Massachusetts: $93.37

Michigan: $106.27

Minnesota: $102.46 

Mississippi: $115.34

Missouri: $111.86

Montana: $106.16

Nebraska: $110.38

Nevada: $102.35

New Hampshire: $95.06 

New Jersey: $87.34

New Mexico: $105.26

New York: $86.43

North Carolina: $109.05

North Dakota: $109.29

Ohio: $111.98 

Oklahoma: $110.99

Oregon: $101.01

Pennsylvania: $101.83

Rhode Island: $101.32 

South Carolina: $110.50

South Dakota: $113.64 

Tennessee: $110.86

Texas: $103.52

Utah: $103.09

Vermont: $98.81 

Virginia: $97.47 

Washington, D.C.: $84.67

Washington: $96.34

West Virginia: $112.49

Wisconsin: $107.07

Wyoming: $103.95

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