Household Bills

Alaska bills are $3,406 per year higher than the US average.

Alaska, the largest state in the U.S., boasts stunning natural landscapes and a sparse population of approximately 733,406 residents and roughly 329,285 housing units.1

Anchorage, the largest city, serves as a major economic and cultural center, while Fairbanks, near the Arctic Circle, and Juneau, the capital in the southeast, contribute to the state’s diverse geography and cultural tapestry.

(U.S. Census Bureau, population estimate Jul. 2023 (V2023))

Alaska ranks #12 most expensive State in the U.S.

Household bills 34% of average annual income

Household expenses 13.3% higher than U.S. average

Average income $86,140 in Alaska