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June 05, 2017

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csddept

nice observation

The economy and natural beauty are nice, but...

There is a local income tax in NYC, unlike Marin and San Mateo Counties (do any of the cities in these counties have local income tax?), so we're really #1, and #2 in the US for state and local deduction.

BillyGBob

So, San Mateo and Marin are "subsidizing" other counties even though they paid the 8th and 5th highest per-capita Federal income taxes (2007 - 2011 data) among all 3,007 US counties?

BillyGBob

Shoot....missed an edit: San Mateo and Marin are "subsidized" by other counties even though they paid the 8th and 5th highest per-capita Federal income taxes (2007 - 2011 data) among all 3,007 US counties?

Joe

Yep, those who want to eliminate the deduction want even more from us.

I guess I should appreciate the spam from csddept for getting people to actually read a month old post!

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