<The $1m is before taxes, so figure about $800k after.>Would not $1 million put you into the 39.6% incremental bracket, with a probable effective average tax rate of around 37%? If you had other income the same year, you could end up with only $600K after, especially if you had state and local income tax to pay as well.
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