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Old 10-01-2009, 10:41 AM
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Work in NYC. Rent in NJ or NYC?

Firstly, I am from a country where taxes are very straightforward, so please give me a dumbed down answer.

I work in NYC, and rent in NJ. Rents have come down in Manhattan, and I'm thinking about moving to the city.

Assuming $100k salary, with no tax deductions. What will be the impact on my monthly bottom line if I moved into Manhattan?



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