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These Are The Best and Worst States to Have a Baby
Everyone knows that having a baby can be an expensive endeavor, but thanks to a report from Wallethub, we now knowwhereyou raise a child can make a big difference for your bank account.
The personal finance website ranked 50 states (along with the District of Columbia) from best to worst, using "metrics like delivery costs, average annual infant-care costs, the per-capita number of midwives and OB-GYNs, and the per-capita number of child care centers," according to NBC.
Taking a look at the chart, it appears that Vermont is the best state to bring that bundle of joy into the world, and Mississippi is the worst. You can take a look at the chart here.
A state's overall rank came down to three major factors: budget, health care and baby-friendly environment.
Kentucky grabbed the number one spot in terms of budget, whereas Vermont nabbed the top spot for health care.
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