Say you live in Massachusetts (or New York, or California, or Illinois). You and your spouse earn salaries commensurate with your advanced degrees, bringing home combined income of $250,000 to $500,000. You make monthly mortgage payments on a house in a suburb where property taxes are steep. Whether you consider yourself rich or middle-class, you are in the crosshairs of the Washington tax debate.
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