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Old 09-23-2011, 07:47 PM
 
Location: Zurich, Switzerland/ Piedmont, CA
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Released this week, a economic profile for all US cities with 65,000+ population. Here are the cities across America with a median annual family income of $100,000 or higher.

California cities in red.

2010 Median Family Income, $100,000+
Newport Beach, CA $141,302
Newton, MA $138,852
San Ramon, CA $135,195
Pleasanton, CA $126,323
Ellicott City, MD $125,200
Carmel, IN $120,065
Johns Creek, GA $121,975
The Woodlands, TX $119,969
Flower Mound, TX $118,237
Sugar Land, TX $118,190
Naperville, IL $117,989
Yorba Linda, CA $117,489
Highlands Ranch, CO $117,168
Arlington, VA $116,586
Thousand Oaks, CA $114,281
Redondo Beach, CA $111,415
Livermore, CA $110,566
Frisco, TX $109,086
Cary, NC $106,162
Lake Forest, CA $105,972
Columbia, MD $105,698
Folsom, CA $103,381
Chino Hills, CA $103,106
Berkeley, CA $102,943
League City, TX $102,689
Mission Viejo, CA $102,434
Sunnyvale, CA $101,957
Mountain View, CA $101,645
Davis, CA $101,277
Alexandria, VA $101,064
Irvine, CA $100,895

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Last edited by 18Montclair; 09-23-2011 at 08:01 PM..
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Old 09-25-2011, 12:22 AM
 
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Seems about right however you forgot to highlight Lake Forest, Ca. I don't want anyone from there feeling left out.
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Old 09-25-2011, 12:38 AM
 
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Is that adjusted for cost of living?
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:26 AM
 
Location: Zurich, Switzerland/ Piedmont, CA
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Originally Posted by Think About It! View Post
Seems about right however you forgot to highlight Lake Forest, Ca. I don't want anyone from there feeling left out.
Thanks for that!

California cities in red.

2010 Median Family Income, $100,000+

Newport Beach, CA $141,302
Newton, MA $138,852
San Ramon, CA $135,195
Pleasanton, CA $126,323
Ellicott City, MD $125,200
Carmel, IN $120,065
Johns Creek, GA $121,975
The Woodlands, TX $119,969
Flower Mound, TX $118,237
Sugar Land, TX $118,190
Naperville, IL $117,989
Yorba Linda, CA $117,489
Highlands Ranch, CO $117,168
Arlington, VA $116,586
Thousand Oaks, CA $114,281
Redondo Beach, CA $111,415
Livermore, CA $110,566
Frisco, TX $109,086
Cary, NC $106,162
Lake Forest, CA $105,972
Columbia, MD $105,698
Folsom, CA $103,381
Chino Hills, CA $103,106
Berkeley, CA $102,943
League City, TX $102,689
Mission Viejo, CA $102,434
Sunnyvale, CA $101,957
Mountain View, CA $101,645
Davis, CA $101,277
Alexandria, VA $101,064
Irvine, CA $100,895

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Is that adjusted for cost of living?
The Census Bureau doesnt adjust income statistics.
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:50 AM
 
Location: RSM
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Is that adjusted for cost of living?
Nope, and that is one reason why income statistics like that mean little. Over half that list are in areas that are among areas that are considered very expensive and/or highly taxed.
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Old 09-25-2011, 02:00 AM
 
Location: California
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Wow...my town is way up there!
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Old 09-25-2011, 02:53 AM
 
Location: Zurich, Switzerland/ Piedmont, CA
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Ironically when it comes to cost of living and propensity to saving money, people in expensive metros save more money than people in lower priced metro areas according to AG Edwards. Ive always wondered why that is?
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