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Report: Apopka household bills are $2,651 per year higher than the US average

Ranked as the 49th most expensive city in Florida


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  • MamaMia

    Why so high here in Apopka? This isn't exactly Palm Beach? Doesn't take into account food costs, gasoline, vehicle repairs, clothing, cleaning costs, lawn service, car washes, pet food, pet vet bills, medicine for all family members, and pets, hair care, gym membership, entertainment, delivery services, appliance repairs, hurricane supplies, automotive oils and fluids, paper towels and toilet paper, etc. No wonder we spend more than we take in, per month, plus figure in the ongoing inflation. We will have to die, as we won't be able to live, if the costs keeps up.

    Friday, March 3, 2023 Report this

  • MamaMia

    Plus taxes, taxes, taxes, and more taxes, child care, kid's schooling needs, and on and on. Heck, McDonalds prices increase a lot almost daily. I know things aren't increasing that fast, to up them like that! I think it is corporate greed. Some places are posting record profits. Some of these corporations having been taking advantage since the pandemic. When you have record profits, there is no need to keep going way up on your products. Greedy, greedy, greedy.

    Saturday, March 4, 2023 Report this