The magazine said the eight criteria it used to judge cities for "The Fiscally Fit Man" article were bankruptcy rates, credit scores, debt, late payments, credit usage, percentage of homes facing foreclosure, percentage of people spending more than 30 percent of their income on housing and average 401k contributions.
Riverside, Calif., was ranked second on the list with Phoenix in third.
The magazine said Lincoln, Neb., was ranked No. 1 among cities with the most "fiscally fit" men.
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