$37,782. That's the amount that the average American household spent in 2009, not including rent or mortgages, based on the How America Spends report just released by social comparison money site Bundle. The report, which makes use of U.S. government spending data and data obtained from Citi to break down the average spending by city, marital status, age and income level, provides a few surprises when it comes to who spends the most and the Bundle Everybody's Money tool allows you to zoom in even further and look at spending in your city.
WalletPop's writer Josh Smith includes all of the latest stats. Wondering if you live in an area with spenders, or where to target consumers for your next business? Take a look at the data by visiting Walletpop.com
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