How Does Your Cost of Living Compare to Tiger Woods'?

Tiger Woods vs John Q. Public!

When Tiger decides to buy a house, he does just that, no questions asked. But when you compare his relative cost of living to an average $30,000 a year worker, perspective gets a little skewed. For instance, a $300 stereo system to you is the equivalent of Tiger Woods plunking down 33 cents.

Check out this fun calculator from Bankrate.com to see how Tiger Woods' cost of living stacks up against an average entry-level staff accountant.

This is just for fun folks, so use this information wisely. Unless you have the time to practice your swing, keep your day job. Enjoy!

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