A Benz v. Paskin Financial Faceoff

From janetpaskin: “We heard a lot toward the end of 2009 that the economy was getting better, and from a spending standpoint, our data did suggest that people were spending more at the end of 2009 than they were at the end of 2008, so that’s good news. Other than that, I’m fascinated by many slices of our data. The disparity in spending from place to place can be stunning: In Darien, Conn., for example, which is a very wealthy community, the average household spends almost $2,900 a month on food: about $1,400 per month on groceries, and another $1,400 per month in restaurants. That’s 4 times the national average.”

A Benz v. Paskin Financial Faceoff

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