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The FTB's most recent county median income reports (for tax year 2001) indicates that Bay Area counties have the highest incomes. Of the top 10 counties on the list, seven are in the Bay Area. You have to get to No. 10 before the first Southern California county--Orange--appears on the list. To view the full results, visit www.ftb.ca.gov/education/taxnews/tn_03/0506.html#mi.
COUNTY MEDIAN INCOME JOINT RETURN

Marin $45,869 $96,826
Santa Clara $45,585 $87,781
San Mateo $44,697 $84,367
Contra Costa $43,012 $79,989
Alameda $38,582 $74,616

Source: FTB, Economic, Research and Statistics Bureau
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Title Annotation:California Franchise Tax Board county median income report
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Date:Jul 1, 2003
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