Money 2017: Who Makes What in Boston and Beyond

From Tom Brady to acrobats to titans of tech, this is what Boston earns. How does your paycheck stack up?


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Real estate. The weather. Your kids’ chickenpox. All are acceptable cocktail-party conversation topics. But in this buttoned-up city, talking about money is still taboo. Yet you want to know if you’re keeping up with the Joneses…don’t you? In that spirit, we did the asking for you to create our shamelessly voyeuristic survey of what Bostonians earn and what it costs to live the good life now. Edited by Brittany Jasnoff


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My Boston: Temi Ogunbodede

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My Boston: Katrina Allen

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My Boston: Chris Murphy

The consulting actuary shares what his life is like on a $350,000 income.

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Boston’s Billionaires Club

They’re rich. They’re powerful. And combined, they’re worth more than the GDP of a small country. These are our area’s highest-net-worth tycoons.

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Lifestyles of the Rich and Overpaid

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My Boston: Ember Flynne

The independent circus performer shares how she makes it work with a $22,000 household income.