what is the cost of living in alaska

The cost of living in alaska is 28% higher than national average, it is one of the most expensive states to live in america but it doesnot have personal income tax and 

The Permanent Fund Dividend programme, which delivers a yearly dividend from mineral royalty investment earnings to Alaska citizens, is one benefit to assist offset those obstacles.

So Average Cost of Living in Alaska: $48,739 per year this includes housing, health, food, gas and other personal expenses

Housing Costs in Alaska Average Housing Costs in Alaska: $806 to $1,933 per month

Utility Costs in Alaska Average Utility Costs in Alaska: $411 per month

Groceries & Food Average Grocery & Food Costs in Alaska: $337 per person, per month

Transportation Average Transportation Costs in Alaska: $4,900 to $13,317 per year

Health Care Average Health Care Costs in Alaska: $10,483 per person, per year

Highest Marginal Tax Rate in Alaska: 7.15%

Anchorage, Fairbanks, Kodiak are places with low cost of living in alaska