New York State

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    Though Sagaponack is first, New York City ZIP codes dominate the rest of the state ...
  2. New York's Economy: The 6 Industries Driving ...

    Learn about the six most influential industries in New York, the most economically ...
  3. Beach House Investing: Best Beach Towns in Long ...

    Learn about the three beach house locations on Long Island that investors should ...
  4. 3 Luxurious New York Retirement Communities

    Discover why retirees are attracted to New York as a retirement destination, and ...
  5. 5 States with the Highest GDP Per Capita

    Learn about the top five states ranked by their real gross domestic product (GDP) ...
  6. Basics For Buying An Apartment In Manhattan

    Here's info to help you get the apartment hunt started right.
  1. Top 3 New York Municipal Bond ETFs (NYF)

    Explore analysis of the top three exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that offer exposure ...
  2. Top 6 Car Insurance Companies in New York (ALL, ...

    Read about the top private auto insurers licensed to operate in New York, and learn ...
  3. Here Are The 6 Hottest New York Startups Of 2 ...

    Meet the latest generation of leading New York startups, which may pose a serious ...
  1. What are the best and worst states to pay taxes in?

    Explore and compare the wide variations that exist in the overall tax burden imposed by different states, including which ...
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