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The No. 1 sign you can't afford to move to New York City — even if you feel wealthy

Living in New York City is expensive — even if you have a high-paying job. And while it's possible to balance out costly splurges with affordable activities, it's not for everyone. If you're thinking about packing up and heading to the Big Apple, it's important to make sure you can truly afford it before making the jump and landing in debt. And the biggest red flag that you can't weather life in an expensive city has nothing to do with how much you make.
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