Where’s Your Money? Toronto in 61st. Spot!

In the recently published Worldwide Cost of Living Survey 2012 Toronto ranks as the 61st most expensive city in the total survey and is only surpassed by New York in North America. Tokyo is the world’s most expensive city for expatriates, pushing Luanda, Angola, down to second position, according to Mercer’s latest Cost of Living Survey.

Toronto (61) remains the highest ranking city in Canada, closely followed by Vancouver (63). Montréal (87) has dropped eight places, whereas Calgary (92) has climbed four. Los Angeles (68) and San Francisco (90) are slowly catching up, however, having jumped a respective nine and 16 places since last year. Amongst other major U.S. cities, Washington (107) is up one place, Miami (110) is up five places and Chicago, also at 110, is down two places. Portland, Oregon (178), and Winston-Salem, North Carolina (195), remain the least expensive surveyed cities for expatriates in the United States. Ms Constantin-Métral said: “Although price increases have remained moderate overall, most U.S. cities have gone up in the ranking, mainly as a result of the strong U.S. dollar.”


According to Stats can here is how your “after tax dollar” is spent.

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