It is often advisable to put together a budget to track how you spend in order to properly manage your expenses and survive.
But following the results of this year’s GoBankingRates study, you could be better off if you moved to a different country.
Measuring each against prices found in New York City, GoBankingRates weighted and ranked countries based on these key affordability metrics: the local purchasing power index, the rent index, the groceries index, the restaurant price index and the consumer price index.
GoBankingRates made a list of the 50 cheapest countries in the world to live in. Here are the African countries that made the list.