Here are some of America's most expensive zip codes

About how much money do you need to live in America's most expensive zip codes?

Not surprisingly, you need a lot of it.

A 2017 Go Banking Rates report shows the amount of money you need to live in zipcodes throughout the country.

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10. Danbury, Connecticut – $89,000
Priciest expense: Child care
9. San Francisco, California – $91,785
Priciest expense: Housing
8. Ithaca, New York – $92,603
Priciest expense: Child care

7. Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown, New York – $92,837
Priciest expense: Housing

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6. Honolulu, Hawaii - $94,092
Priciest expense: Food

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5. Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut - $97,350
Priciest expense: Housing

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4. New York, New York - $98,722
Priciest expense: Housing

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3. Westchester County, New York - $99,592
Priciest expense: Taxes

2. Nassau-Suffolk, New York - $103,606
Priciest expense: Housing

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1. Washington, D.C. - $106,493
Priciest expense: Child care

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Some of the most expensive zip codes can be found in Atherton, California, Watermill, New York, Alpine, New Jersey, Medina, Washington and Greenwich, Connecticut.

According to USA Today, Go Banking used several factors to determine the final costs.

This included cost of living, average home values, and everyday necessities.

"Many ZIP codes require some serious paychecks to live there," reported GoBanking.

They said others only need an income just a little bit higher than the household median.

Therefore, if you have plans on living in any of these places, make sure you're bringing a fat salary along.

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