Best U.S. cities for saving money

POSTED: 1:58 PM May 27 2014   UPDATED: 2:00 AM May 28 2014

America isn't known for being a land of savers, but residents in these cities should find it easier to stow away money.

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America isn't known for being a land of savers, but residents in these cities should find it easier to stow away money, according to a new analysis by finance site Interest.com. The savings opportunities are based on median income when cmopared with monthly expenses:

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