From the AJC:
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance (June) says Atlanta ranks fourth on its “50 Smart Places to Live” list. This is based on cities that combine affordability and livability — “places that are vibrant and fun, and where a dollar still goes a long way.”
To make the list, Kiplinger’s says a city had to score well in a variety of areas including housing prices, cost of living, economic vitality, education, health care, the local arts scene and recreational facilities.
“Choosing where you live is one of the most important financial decisions you’ll ever make,” says Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Senior Editor Robert Frick.