Based on factors such as income versus the cost of necessary living expenses like groceries and mortgage payments, Bankrate found that OKC is the 10th best city for building a savings fund in.
For the second year in a row, OKC has been dubbed WalletHub's "Best Large City to Start a Business"
For the eighth year in a row, OKC-based S&P and Moody's receive AAA ratings from two of the nation's most respected financial rating services.
OKC comes it at number 9 on Time/MONEY's list of Top 20 Best Places To Go in U.S. Destinations
Southern Living dubs Oklahoma City one of the best vacation spots in the Southern United States
OKC is number 10 on LendingTree's list of best cities to start a new small business.
GOBankingRates looked at average annual income and average monthly living expenses to find the city where wages most outpaced expenses. Oklahoma City landed in the number one spot.
According to a recent report by the American Wind Energy Association, Oklahoma has huge potential in wind energy. The data says Oklahoma ranks behind only Texas in installed wind power capacity.