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Six-figure ZIP codes

The average '04 tax filing in the state listed $63,000 in income, but in the suburbs, plenty of residents make a lot more -- take affluent Carlisle, for example

By Matt Carroll
Globe Staff / April 15, 2007

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It pays to live in Carlisle or Harvard. These enclaves of small-town New England top the list of wealthy ZIP codes northwest of Boston, according to a Globe analysis of income-tax filers with incomes of $100,000 or more. (Full article: 651 words)

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