WATCH: How much you need to earn to live comfortably in the 5 most expensive ZIP codes in America

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Aug.August 23, 2018 10:00 AM

It might surprise some that there are costlier places to live than New York City.

From the Hamptons to Aspen, these are the five most expensive ZIP codes in the country. The list comes from a study by GoBankingRates, which calculated the household income needed to afford a comfortable lifestyle.


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