Making Ends Meet Takes More Money In Fairfax

It's probably no surprise to Fairfax County residents, but according to the results of a new study, it costs more to live in our county than in an any other part of the Washington metropolitan region. A two-parent household with a preschooler and an infant would need $71,833 in yearly income to eke out a subsistence living. Today's Metro section has an article about the study and a look at how other jurisdictions compare.

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