Colorado Household Bills

Colorado residents pay $5,124 more per year on bills compared to the national average.

Colorado is located in the Rocky Mountain region. Its major cities include Denver, which is the state capital and largest city, as well as Colorado Springs and Boulder.

It is the 9th most expensive state for household bills, with costs being 20.1% higher than the U.S. average.

Households in Colorado spend $2,553 per month, or $30,637 per year on bills.

Colorado ranks #9 most expensive State in the U.S.

Household bills 34% of average annual income

Household bills 20.1% higher than U.S. average

Average incomes $91,038 in Colorado