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May 21, 2015

We all know how much we make, but do you know how you compare to the rest of the United States? The 2015 Best Paycheck Cities in America outlines the net (take-home) pay of 18 major US cities based on an income of $45,000, either single or married. Further, the infographic details states with flat tax rates, no state tax, and the highest state tax. 

So go ahead, take a look and find out how your city stacks up! 

Curious to see how your income would change if you moved? Use the salary or hourly calculators at to find out! 

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Methodology: The statistics included in the infographic were determined by running each salary calculation through The salary was set at $45,000, and federal and state allowances were set at zero for both single and married. The highest income tax states represent the 5 states that have a rate greater than 8% for their highest income tax brackets. 

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