Make it rain, Wyoming. Here in the Cowboy State, 96 cents is worth a dollar.

According to a new study, money goes further in Wyoming than in other parts of the country. They estimate that $100 will buy $103.95 in goods and services.

By way of comparison, $100 is only worth $84.18 in Hawaii. The District of Columbia, New York, New Jersey, California and Colorado also rank among the most expensive states.

The cheapest state in the country is Mississippi, where a $100 can buy just over $116 in products. South Dakota finished fourth on the  list with the value of $100 estimated at $113.38.