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By Donald J. Lester (anonymous) | Posted May 05, 2010 at 23:12:26

Kiely, you make a good point for the moment."So what city benefits more, the city counting my job or the city where I live?" Though for many and given time as the economy tightens they soon realize what it cost them to traverse to work and back, including time and risk. I have known many who managed in the same way, but as time passed their other half found employment in the same city and they moved. They also experienced much lower taxes and as a result their gain was greater then just the commute. Not suggestion that everyone will follow this rout.

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