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I only extended my charts (comparing Cdn vs
'US with no state tax' and 'US with a 7% state
tax') up to $100k Cdn ($66k US), but at $100k
Cdn I calculated $77k take home, vs $80k in
a no-tax state (flat 20% capital gains) and
~$75K in someplace like CA (approximate). I
think above $100k Cdn it's pretty much a
flat 0.50x0.75=0.375 tax rate, so this would
give a take home of $57k US for $75k.

I seem to have lost my marginal rate bookmarks,
so if anyone can confirm or refute these figures
I'd appreciate it.
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