NJ Smokers Spend Millions On Cigarettes In A Lifetime: Study


A new study by WalletHub measured the costs​ —​ financially, not physically —​ of maintaining that nicotine addiction in New Jersey.

Being a daily smoker could cost New Jersey residents more than $2 million over a lifetime, a new study shows.

A new study by WalletHub measured the costs — financially, not physically — of maintaining that nicotine addiction.

WalletHub calculated the costs of smoking a pack a day (factoring in current pricing as well as historical pricing), health care costs, income losses, and other costs associated with smoking and with secondhand smoke. The study does not factor in e-cigarette use.

Georgia has the lowest cost per smoker over a lifetime; WalletHub estimates daily smokers in the Peach State spend $1,752,212 when out-of-pocket costs, health care, and income loss are factored in. And, residents in Washington, D.C. have the highest lifetime estimate, at $3,313,530.

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Michelle Rotuno-Johnson – Patch.com – 2022-01-12.

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