Taxman Preoccupies Wall Street to Upper East Side in IRS LeviesFrank Bass
New York is where the 1 percent live -- and they have the tax returns to prove it. Nine of the 10 most heavily taxed neighborhoods in the U.S. are in the city’s metropolitan area, Internal Revenue Service data show.
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