4 great American cities where a Social Security check is easily enough to cover housing costs

Catey Hill
4 great American cities where a Social Security check is easily enough to cover housing costs

UPGRADE Think low rent. At least if you want to keep more of your Social Security check for things like food and entertainment. Personal-finance site GoBankingRates released an analysis on Thursday of cities where the average Social Security check (roughly $1,350 a month) would easily cover the median rent in town (see the full list of 25 cities, all with rents under $1,000 a month, below).