Mint, the newly acquired financial startup, crunches user data to reveal which American cities cut spending the most in 2009.

Mint, the recently acquired financial startup, has been collecting valuable data from its users over the past couple of years and is now presenting it for all to see. Crunching the numbers, they compare 20 cities across 25 discretionary categories to reveal the regions that cut spending the most during 2009. Highlighted are the cities who beat out the national average of 13% change. These include San Diego, Portland, Indianapolis, Miami, and Brooklyn.

[via mintlife]

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