07/30/18 – 3:04 P.M.
Findlay was ranked as the city least likely to be affected by inflation from across the entire United States, according to a recent SmartAsset study. Senior Editor Ross Urken explained that this is partly due to strong purchasing power.
Urken said that this means there will be more money available for Findlay residents to spend. This will help bolster the local economy.
Urken added that this has also pushed two other Ohio cities down the list.
Findlay’s change in personal income was an increase of 5.69%. Columbus and Ashland had increases of 2.4% and 2.1% respectively. The two cities typically stayed towards the top of the list in previous years.