Alabama Living No Longer Comes Cheap
For decades, life in the state known as the ‘Heart of Dixie’ has been relatively affordable. Alabamians enjoy amazing year-round weather, spectacular gulf coast beaches, and vibrant southern culture, as well as some of the most successful college football programs in the NCAA’s history. The Alabama-Auburn rivalry isn’t just one of the best in the SEC – it’s one of the best in sports, period.
Despite everything Alabama has to offer, the state’s cost of living is regularly ranked amongst the lowest in the country. The annual living wage for a family of four in Alabama is $80,777, compared to well over $100,000 in places like New York and California. The flip side to this is that wages in the state remain low and poverty remains high – $80,777 is more than twice the average salary for workers in transportation, sales, or office administration.
Alabama Debt Relief
Alabama’s median household income is actually just $52,035, with 14.9% of the state living in poverty. The math between living wage income and actual income is significant, and many workers are turning to credit card debt to bridge the gap. On average, Alabama households have $5,672 in outstanding credit card debt. This is roughly middle of the pack for the country, but considering the state’s high poverty rates, it is cause for concern. Thousands of people are looking for Alabama debt relief.
Get out of debt quickly in AL
Alabama debt relief doesn’t have to be complicated. Once you break free from monthly minimum payments, there are several great options for getting back on your feet.
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