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The top ten Android apps in the U.S. last month had a combined download figure of 26 million. According to Priori Data, at the top of the list was Facebook’s Messenger app with 7.9 million. In fact, apps developed by Mark Zuckerberg’s company made up over half of the downloads on the list, with WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger and Facebook accounting for a combined 13.8 million downloads in June.
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Los Angeles, CA – July 10, 2017 (PRNewswire) A new study finds the cost of living in the most expensive zip codes of every state.
Personal finance website GOBankingRates used data from Zillow to survey median home values and mortgage payments, as well as cost of living expenses such as groceries, transportation, utilities and healthcare for zip codes in 48 states and the District of Columbia. To find the total amount of money needed to live comfortably in each zip code, the study split the costs using the following metrics: necessities (50 percent), discretionary income (30 percent) and savings (20 percent).
For full study results and more details on methodology, visit: What It Costs to Live in America’s Most Expensive Zip Codes
Top 5 Most Expensive Zip Codes
1. Atherton, California: 94027 – Total Income Needed: $668,078
2. Water Mill, New York: 11976 – Total Income Needed: $438,510
3. Alpine, New Jersey: 07620 – Total Income Needed: $330,756
4. Medina, Washington: 98039 – Total Income Needed: $297,905
5. Greenwich, Connecticut: 06830 – Total Income Needed: $222,002
Additional Study Insights
GOBankingRates.com is a personal finance news and features website dedicated to helping visitors live a richer life. From tips on saving money, to investing for retirement or finding a good interest rate, GOBankingRates helps turn financial goals into milestones and money dreams into realities. Its content is regularly featured on top-tier media outlets, including MSN, MONEY, AOL Finance, CBS MoneyWatch, Business Insider and dozens of others. GOBankingRates specializes in connecting consumers with the financial institutions and products that best match their needs. Start your journey toward a rich mind and full wallet with us here.
Kim Dahlgren, Media Relations
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