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Income of Boston mayoral hopefuls varies

Many looking to succeed Menino now earn more than city’s median income

Mayoral candidates’ tax returnsHow their returns compare with Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s returns:
NameFiling StatusyearIncomeItemized DeductionsExemptionsTaxable IncomeEffective Tax RateCharity
Robert CappucciSingle 2012$59,213$13,148$3,800$42,26515.39%$6,000
Rob ConsalvoJoint2012$81,312$18,413$19,000$43,89913.01%$1,460
John R. ConnollyJoint2012$85,712$24,293$15,200$43,46712.33%$4,860
Felix G. ArroyoJoint2012$151,598$21,496$7,600$120,25218.40%$1,280
Mayor Thomas M. MeninoJoint2012$186,786$26,472$7,600$152,71419.95%$14,754
Daniel F. Conley Joint2012$196,811$40,824$15,200$139,89719.24%$2,936
Martin J. Walsh Single 2012$235,613$44,089$3,800$187,72424.76%$10,568
Charlotte Golar Richie Joint2012$255,028$23,005$7,600$224,42322.71%$451
John F. BarrosJoint2012$258,575$35,042$11,400$211,75522.23%$12,725
Michael P. RossSingle 2012$293,273$20,171$3,800$269,30227.43%$725
Bill WalczakJoint2011$522,560$62,876$7,400$452,03429.89%$18,922

SOURCES: The candidates; Sean Wandrei, Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst

Patrick Garvin/Globe Staff

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