Form IT-2104 "Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate" - New York

What Is IT-2104?

Form IT-2104, Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate, is a document developed by the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance (NYS Tax Department). The purpose of the application is to specify how much tax needs to be withheld from an employee's pay. It is supposed to be filled out by an individual who works in New York State (New York City and Yonkers) and given to their employer. The document should be completed each year for reasons listed in the attached IT-2104 instructions. These instructions include:

  • An applicant is no longer a dependent;
  • An applicant's individual circumstances have changed (for example, a marriage or having a baby);
  • An applicant has started a new job;
  • An applicant is a covered employee of an employer that has elected to participate in the Employer Compensation Expense Program;
  • An applicant no longer qualifies for exemption from withholding;
  • An applicant made contributions to a New York Charitable Gifts Trust Fund.

The form was last revised in 2020.

An IT-2104 fillable form is available for download below.

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How to Fill Out IT-2104 Form?

The application is presented as a one-page document followed by seven pages of instructions with an attached worksheet. The worksheet is supposed to help the applicant count their IT-2104 allowances. If an applicant will use inaccurate and invalid information during the completion of this form to decrease the amount of money they withheld, they can be subject to penalties.

The application consists of two parts. In the first part of the application, a filer must fill out the identifying information, such as full name, social security number, permanent residential address, and marital status. An applicant must also indicate if they are a resident of New York City or Yonkers. After completing the worksheet, a filer must designate the total number of allowances they are claiming for New York State, Yonkers, and the city of New York.

The second part of the document is supposed to be filled out by an employer to mark the reason they are sending the certificate to the NYS Tax Department. They should designate necessary information, such as:

  • Did an applicant claim more than 14 allowances?;
  • Is an employee a rehire or a new hire? If so, then an employer must state the first date employee performed services for pay;
  • Are there any dependent health insurance benefits available for the applicant? If yes, then an employer must state when the applicant qualifies for them.

An employer must also state their name and address, as well as their Employer Identification Number. This section needs to be filled out only if an employer is sending the certificate to the NYS Tax Department.

According to IT-2104 instructions, if a filer claims more than 14 allowances, their hirer must send a copy of their application to the NYS Tax Department. The department might request an employee to verify their allowances, since the more allowances claimed, the lower the amount of tax withheld.

If an applicant has several jobs, they must submit a separate certificate with each of their hirers.

It's important to mention that a filer cannot claim an exemption using an IT-2104 Form. To do so, they need to fill out and submit Form IT-2104-IND, Certificate of Exemption from Withholding, which was developed especially for this purpose.

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IT-2104
Department of Taxation and Finance
Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate
New York State • New York City • Yonkers
First name and middle initial
Last name
Your Social Security number
Permanent home address
Apartment number
(number and street or rural route)
Single or Head of household
Married
Married, but withhold at higher single rate
City, village, or post office
State
ZIP code
Note: If married but legally separated, mark an X in
the Single or Head of household box.
Are you a resident of New York City? ........... Yes
No
Are you a resident of Yonkers? ..................... Yes
No
Complete the worksheet on page 4 before making any entries.
1
1 Total number of allowances you are claiming for New York State and Yonkers, if applicable
...........
(from line 20)
2
2 Total number of allowances for New York City
..................................................................................
(from line 35)
Use lines 3, 4, and 5 below to have additional withholding per pay period under special agreement with your employer.
3 New York State amount ........................................................................................................................................
3
4 New York City amount ...........................................................................................................................................
4
5 Yonkers amount ....................................................................................................................................................
5
I certify that I am entitled to the number of withholding allowances claimed on this certificate.
Employee’s signature
Date
Penalty – A penalty of $500 may be imposed for any false statement you make that decreases the amount of money you have withheld
from your wages. You may also be subject to criminal penalties.
Employee: detach this page and give it to your employer; keep a copy for your records.
Employer: Keep this certificate with your records.
Mark an X in box A and/or box B to indicate why you are sending a copy of this form to New York State
:
(see instructions)
A Employee claimed more than 14 exemption allowances for NYS ............ A
B Employee is a new hire or a rehire ... B
First date employee performed services for pay
:
(mm-dd-yyyy) (see instr.)
Are dependent health insurance benefits available for this employee? ............. Yes
No
If Yes, enter the date the employee qualifies
:
(mm-dd-yyyy)
Employer’s name and address
Employer identification number
(Employer: complete this section only if you are sending a copy of this form to the NYS Tax Department.)
Instructions
Changes effective for 2020
employer for tax year 2020 or later, and you do not file Form IT-2104, your
employer may use zero as your number of allowances. This may result in
Form IT-2104 has been revised for tax year 2020. The worksheet on
the wrong amount of tax withheld for New York State, New York City, and
page 4 and the charts beginning on page 5, used to compute withholding
Yonkers.
allowances or to enter an additional dollar amount on line(s) 3, 4, or 5,
have been revised. If you previously filed a Form IT-2104 and used the
Complete Form IT-2104 each year and file it with your employer if the
worksheet or charts, you should complete a new 2020 Form IT-2104 and
number of allowances you may claim is different from federal Form W-4 or
give it to your employer.
has changed. Common reasons for completing a new Form IT-2104 each
year include the following:
Who should file this form
• You started a new job.
This certificate, Form IT-2104, is completed by an employee and given
• You are no longer a dependent.
to the employer to instruct the employer how much New York State (and
• Your individual circumstances may have changed (for example, you
New York City and Yonkers) tax to withhold from the employee’s pay. The
were married or have an additional child).
more allowances claimed, the lower the amount of tax withheld.
• You moved into or out of NYC or Yonkers.
If the federal Form W-4 you most recently submitted to your employer
• You itemize your deductions on your personal income tax return.
was for tax year 2019 or earlier, and you do not file Form IT-2104, your
employer may use the same number of allowances you claimed on your
• You claim allowances for New York State credits.
federal Form W-4. Due to differences in tax law, this may result in the
• You owed tax or received a large refund when you filed your personal
wrong amount of tax withheld for New York State, New York City, and
income tax return for the past year.
Yonkers.
• Your wages have increased and you expect to earn $107,650 or more
during the tax year.
For tax years 2020 or later, withholding allowances are no longer reported
on federal Form W-4. Therefore, if you submit a federal Form W-4 to your
IT-2104
Department of Taxation and Finance
Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate
New York State • New York City • Yonkers
First name and middle initial
Last name
Your Social Security number
Permanent home address
Apartment number
(number and street or rural route)
Single or Head of household
Married
Married, but withhold at higher single rate
City, village, or post office
State
ZIP code
Note: If married but legally separated, mark an X in
the Single or Head of household box.
Are you a resident of New York City? ........... Yes
No
Are you a resident of Yonkers? ..................... Yes
No
Complete the worksheet on page 4 before making any entries.
1
1 Total number of allowances you are claiming for New York State and Yonkers, if applicable
...........
(from line 20)
2
2 Total number of allowances for New York City
..................................................................................
(from line 35)
Use lines 3, 4, and 5 below to have additional withholding per pay period under special agreement with your employer.
3 New York State amount ........................................................................................................................................
3
4 New York City amount ...........................................................................................................................................
4
5 Yonkers amount ....................................................................................................................................................
5
I certify that I am entitled to the number of withholding allowances claimed on this certificate.
Employee’s signature
Date
Penalty – A penalty of $500 may be imposed for any false statement you make that decreases the amount of money you have withheld
from your wages. You may also be subject to criminal penalties.
Employee: detach this page and give it to your employer; keep a copy for your records.
Employer: Keep this certificate with your records.
Mark an X in box A and/or box B to indicate why you are sending a copy of this form to New York State
:
(see instructions)
A Employee claimed more than 14 exemption allowances for NYS ............ A
B Employee is a new hire or a rehire ... B
First date employee performed services for pay
:
(mm-dd-yyyy) (see instr.)
Are dependent health insurance benefits available for this employee? ............. Yes
No
If Yes, enter the date the employee qualifies
:
(mm-dd-yyyy)
Employer’s name and address
Employer identification number
(Employer: complete this section only if you are sending a copy of this form to the NYS Tax Department.)
Instructions
Changes effective for 2020
employer for tax year 2020 or later, and you do not file Form IT-2104, your
employer may use zero as your number of allowances. This may result in
Form IT-2104 has been revised for tax year 2020. The worksheet on
the wrong amount of tax withheld for New York State, New York City, and
page 4 and the charts beginning on page 5, used to compute withholding
Yonkers.
allowances or to enter an additional dollar amount on line(s) 3, 4, or 5,
have been revised. If you previously filed a Form IT-2104 and used the
Complete Form IT-2104 each year and file it with your employer if the
worksheet or charts, you should complete a new 2020 Form IT-2104 and
number of allowances you may claim is different from federal Form W-4 or
give it to your employer.
has changed. Common reasons for completing a new Form IT-2104 each
year include the following:
Who should file this form
• You started a new job.
This certificate, Form IT-2104, is completed by an employee and given
• You are no longer a dependent.
to the employer to instruct the employer how much New York State (and
• Your individual circumstances may have changed (for example, you
New York City and Yonkers) tax to withhold from the employee’s pay. The
were married or have an additional child).
more allowances claimed, the lower the amount of tax withheld.
• You moved into or out of NYC or Yonkers.
If the federal Form W-4 you most recently submitted to your employer
• You itemize your deductions on your personal income tax return.
was for tax year 2019 or earlier, and you do not file Form IT-2104, your
employer may use the same number of allowances you claimed on your
• You claim allowances for New York State credits.
federal Form W-4. Due to differences in tax law, this may result in the
• You owed tax or received a large refund when you filed your personal
wrong amount of tax withheld for New York State, New York City, and
income tax return for the past year.
Yonkers.
• Your wages have increased and you expect to earn $107,650 or more
during the tax year.
For tax years 2020 or later, withholding allowances are no longer reported
on federal Form W-4. Therefore, if you submit a federal Form W-4 to your
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IT-2104 (2020)
• The total income of you and your spouse has increased to $107,650 or
you are a shareholder. The investment tax credit will be $160. Divide
more for the tax year.
the expected credit by 65. 160/65 = 2.4615. The additional withholding
allowance(s) would be 2. Enter 2 on line 14.
• You have significantly more or less income from other sources or from
another job.
Married couples with both spouses working – If you and your spouse
• You no longer qualify for exemption from withholding.
both work, you should each file a separate IT-2104 certificate with your
respective employers. Your withholding will better match your total tax if
• You have been advised by the Internal Revenue Service that you
the higher wage-earning spouse claims all of the couple’s allowances and
are entitled to fewer allowances than claimed on your original federal
the lower wage-earning spouse claims zero allowances. Do not claim
Form W-4 (submitted to your employer for tax year 2019 or earlier),
more total allowances than you are entitled to. If your combined wages
and the disallowed allowances were claimed on your original
are:
Form IT-2104.
• less than $107,650, you should each mark an X in the box Married,
• You are a covered employee of an employer that has elected to
but withhold at higher single rate on the certificate front, and divide the
participate in the Employer Compensation Expense Program.
total number of allowances that you compute on line 20 and line 35 (if
• You made contributions to a New York Charitable Gifts Trust Fund (the
applicable) between you and your working spouse.
Health Charitable Account or the Elementary and Secondary Education
Account).
• $107,650 or more, use the chart(s) in Part 6 and enter the additional
withholding dollar amount on line 3.
Exemption from withholding
Taxpayers with more than one job – If you have more than one job,
You cannot use Form IT-2104 to claim exemption from withholding.
file a separate IT-2104 certificate with each of your employers. Be
To claim exemption from income tax withholding, you must file
sure to claim only the total number of allowances that you are entitled
Form IT-2104-E, Certificate of Exemption from Withholding, with your
to. Your withholding will better match your total tax if you claim all of
employer. You must file a new certificate each year that you qualify for
your allowances at your higher-paying job and zero allowances at
exemption. This exemption from withholding is allowable only if you had
the lower-paying job. In addition, to make sure that you have enough
no New York income tax liability in the prior year, you expect none in the
tax withheld, if you are a single taxpayer or head of household with
current year, and you are over 65 years of age, under 18, or a full-time
two or more jobs, and your combined wages from all jobs are under
student under 25. You may also claim exemption from withholding if
$107,650, reduce the number of allowances by seven on line 1 and
you are a military spouse and meet the conditions set forth under the
line 2 (if applicable) on the certificate you file with your higher-paying
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act as amended by the Military Spouses
job employer. If you arrive at negative allowances (less than zero), see
Residency Relief Act and the Veterans Benefits and Transition Act. If you
Withholding allowances above.
are a dependent who is under 18 or a full-time student, you may owe tax
If you are a single or a head of household taxpayer, and your combined
if your income is more than $3,100.
wages from all of your jobs are between $107,650 and $2,263,265, use
the chart(s) in Part 7 and enter the additional withholding dollar amount
Withholding allowances
from the chart on line 3.
You may not claim a withholding allowance for yourself or, if married,
If you are a married taxpayer, and your combined wages from all of
your spouse. Claim the number of withholding allowances you compute
your jobs are $107,650 or more, use the chart(s) in Part 6 and enter the
in Part 1 and Part 5 of the worksheet on page 4. If you want more tax
additional withholding dollar amount from the chart on line 3 (Substitute
withheld, you may claim fewer allowances. If you claim more than
the words Higher-paying job for Higher earner’s wages within the chart).
14 allowances, your employer must send a copy of your Form IT-2104
to the New York State Tax Department. You may then be asked to
Dependents – If you are a dependent of another taxpayer and expect
verify your allowances. If you arrive at negative allowances (less than
your income to exceed $3,100, you should reduce your withholding
zero) on lines 1 or 2 and your employer cannot accommodate negative
allowances by one for each $1,000 of income over $2,500. This will
allowances, enter 0 and see Additional dollar amount(s) below.
ensure that your employer withholds enough tax.
Income from sources other than wages – If you have more than
Following the above instructions will help to ensure that you will not owe
$1,000 of income from sources other than wages (such as interest,
additional tax when you file your return.
dividends, or alimony received), reduce the number of allowances
Heads of households with only one job – If you will use the
claimed on line 1 and line 2 (if applicable) of the IT-2104 certificate
head-of-household filing status on your state income tax return, mark
by one for each $1,000 of nonwage income. If you arrive at negative
the Single or Head of household box on the front of the certificate. If you
allowances (less than zero), see Withholding allowances above. You
have only one job, you may also wish to claim two additional withholding
may also consider making estimated tax payments, especially if you
allowances on line 15.
have significant amounts of nonwage income. Estimated tax requires
that payments be made by the employee directly to the Tax Department
Additional dollar amount(s)
on a quarterly basis. For more information, see the instructions for
Form IT-2105, Estimated Tax Payment Voucher for Individuals, or see
You may ask your employer to withhold an additional dollar amount each
Need help? on page 7.
pay period by completing lines 3, 4, and 5 on Form IT-2104. In most
instances, if you compute a negative number of allowances and your
Other credits (Worksheet line 14) – If you will be eligible to claim
employer cannot accommodate a negative number, for each negative
any credits other than the credits listed in the worksheet, such as an
allowance claimed you should have an additional $1.85 of tax withheld per
investment tax credit, you may claim additional allowances.
week for New York State withholding on line 3, and an additional $0.80
Find your filing status and your New York adjusted gross income (NYAGI)
of tax withheld per week for New York City withholding on line 4. Yonkers
in the chart below, and divide the amount of the expected credit by the
residents should use 16.75% (.1675) of the New York State amount for
number indicated. Enter the result (rounded to the nearest whole number)
additional withholding for Yonkers on line 5.
on line 14.
Note: If you are requesting your employer to withhold an additional dollar
amount on lines 3, 4, or 5 of this allowance certificate, the additional
Single and
Head of household
Married
Divide amount of
dollar amount, as determined by these instructions or by using the
NYAGI is:
and NYAGI is:
and NYAGI is:
expected credit by:
chart(s) in Part 6 or Part 7, is accurate for a weekly payroll. Therefore,
Less than
Less than
Less than
if you are not paid on a weekly basis, you will need to adjust the dollar
65
$215,400
$269,300
$323,200
amount(s) that you compute. For example, if you are paid biweekly, you
must double the dollar amount(s) computed.
Between
Between
Between
$215,400 and $269,300 and
$323,200 and
68
Avoid underwithholding
$1,077,550
$1,616,450
$2,155,350
Form IT-2104, together with your employer’s withholding tables, is
Over
Over
Over
88
designed to ensure that the correct amount of tax is withheld from your pay.
$1,077,550
$1,616,450
$2,155,350
If you fail to have enough tax withheld during the entire year, you may owe
Example: You are married and expect your New York adjusted gross
a large tax liability when you file your return. The Tax Department must
income to be less than $323,200. In addition, you expect to receive a
assess interest and may impose penalties in certain situations in addition
flow-through of an investment tax credit from the S corporation of which
to the tax liability. Even if you do not file a return, we may determine
IT-2104 (2020) Page 3 of 8
that you owe personal income tax, and we may assess interest and
penalties on the amount of tax that you should have paid during the year.
Employers
Box A – If you are required to submit a copy of an employee’s
Form IT-2104 to the Tax Department because the employee claimed
more than 14 allowances, mark an X in box A and send a copy
of Form IT-2104 to: NYS Tax Department, Income Tax Audit
Administrator, Withholding Certificate Coordinator, W A Harriman
Campus, Albany NY 12227-0865. If the employee is also a new hire or
rehire, see Box B instructions. See Publication 55, Designated Private
Delivery Services, if not using U.S. Mail.
Due dates for sending certificates received from employees claiming
more than 14 allowances are:
Quarter
Due date
Quarter
Due date
January – March
April 30
July – September
October 31
April – June
July 31
October – December
January 31
Box B – If you are submitting a copy of this form to comply with New
York State’s New Hire Reporting Program, mark an X in box B. Enter the
first day any services are performed for which the employee will be paid
wages, commissions, tips and any other type of compensation. For
services based solely on commissions, this is the first day an employee
working for commissions is eligible to earn commissions. Also, mark an X
in the Yes or No box indicating if dependent health insurance benefits are
available to this employee. If Yes, enter the date the employee qualifies
for coverage. Mail the completed form, within 20 days of hiring, to: NYS
Tax Department, New Hire Notification, PO Box 15119, Albany NY
12212-5119. To report newly-hired or rehired employees online instead of
submitting this form, go to https://www.nynewhire.com.
(continued)
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IT-2104 (2020)
Worksheet
See the instructions before completing this worksheet.
Part 1 – Complete this part to compute your withholding allowances for New York State and Yonkers
.
(line 1)
6 Enter the number of dependents that you will claim on your state return (do not include yourself or, if married, your spouse) ..... 6
For lines 7, 8, and 9, enter 1 for each credit you expect to claim on your state return.
7 College tuition credit .................................................................................................................................................................. 7
8 New York State household credit ............................................................................................................................................... 8
9 Real property tax credit .............................................................................................................................................................. 9
For lines 10, 11, and 12, enter 3 for each credit you expect to claim on your state return.
10 Child and dependent care credit ............................................................................................................................................... 10
11 Earned income credit ................................................................................................................................................................ 11
12 Empire State child credit ........................................................................................................................................................... 12
13 New York City school tax credit: If you expect to be a resident of New York City for any part of the tax year, enter 2 .............. 13
14 Other credits
..................................................................................................................................................... 14
(see instructions)
15 Head of household status and only one job
.................................................................................. 15
(enter 2 if the situation applies)
16 Enter an estimate of your federal adjustments to income, such as deductible IRA contributions you will make for the
tax year. Total estimate $
. Divide this estimate by $1,000. Drop any fraction and enter the number ...... 16
17 If you expect to be a covered employee of an employer who elected to pay the employer compensation expense tax in
2020, complete Part 3 below and enter the number from line 29 .......................................................................................... 17
18 If you made contributions in 2019 to a New York Charitable Gifts Trust Fund (the Health Charitable Account or the
Elementary and Secondary Education Account), complete Part 4 below and enter the amount from line 32 ...................... 18
19 If you expect to itemize deductions on your state tax return, complete Part 2 below and enter the number from line 24.
All others enter 0 ................................................................................................................................................................... 19
20 Add lines 6 through 19. Enter the result here and on line 1. If you have more than one job, or if you and your spouse both
work, see instructions for Taxpayers with more than one job or Married couples with both spouses working. ..................... 20
Part 2 – Complete this part only if you expect to itemize deductions on your state return.
21 Enter your estimated NY itemized deductions for the tax year
21
(see Form IT-196 and its instructions; enter the amount from line 49)
22 Based on your federal filing status, enter the applicable amount from the table below ............................................................ 22
Standard deduction table
Single (cannot be claimed as a dependent) .... $ 8,000
Qualifying widow(er) ........................................ $16,050
Single (can be claimed as a dependent) ....... $ 3,100
Married filing jointly .......................................... $16,050
Head of household ......................................... $11,200
Married filing separate returns ......................... $ 8,000
23 Subtract line 22 from line 21
........................................................ 23
(if line 22 is larger than line 21, enter 0 here and on line 19 above)
24 Divide line 23 by $1,000. Drop any fraction and enter the result here and on line 19 above .................................................... 24
Part 3 – Complete this part if you expect to be a covered employee of an employer that has elected to participate
in the Employer Compensation Expense Program
.
(line 17)
25 Expected annual wages and compensation from electing employer in 2020 ........................................................................... 25
26 Line 25 minus $40,000 (if zero or less, stop) ........................................................................................................................... 26
27 Line 26 multiplied by .03 ........................................................................................................................................................... 27
28 Line 27 multiplied by .935 ......................................................................................................................................................... 28
29 Divide line 28 by 65. Drop any fraction and enter the result here and on line 17 above ........................................................... 29
Part 4 – Complete this part if you made contributions in 2019 to the Health Charitable Account or the Elementary
and Secondary Education Account
.
(line 18)
30 Contributions to these funds in 2019 ........................................................................................................................................ 30
31 Multiply line 30 by 85% (.85) ..................................................................................................................................................... 31
32 Divide line 31 by 60. Drop any fraction and enter the result here and on line 18 above ........................................................... 32
Part 5 – Complete this part to compute your withholding allowances for New York City
.
(line 2)
33 Enter the amount from line 6 above .......................................................................................................................................... 33
34 Add lines 15 through 19 above and enter total here ................................................................................................................. 34
35 Add lines 33 and 34. Enter the result here and on line 2 .......................................................................................................... 35
IT-2104 (2020) Page 5 of 8
Part 6 –
These charts are only for married couples with both spouses working or married couples with one spouse working more than
one job, and whose combined wages are between $107,650 and $2,263,265.
Enter the additional withholding dollar amount on line 3.
The additional dollar amount, as shown below, is accurate for a weekly payroll. If you are not paid on a weekly basis, you will need to
adjust these dollar amount(s). For example, if you are paid biweekly, you must double the dollar amount(s) computed.
Combined wages between $107,650 and $538,749
$107,650
$129,250
$150,750
$172,300
$193,850
$236,950
$280,100
$323,200
$377,100
$430,950
$484,900
Higher earner’s wages
$129,249
$150,749
$172,299
$193,849
$236,949
$280,099
$323,199
$377,099
$430,949
$484,899
$538,749
$53,800
$75,299
$13
$19
$75,300
$96,799
$12
$20
$28
$32
$96,800
$118,399
$8
$17
$24
$32
$39
$118,400
$129,249
$2
$11
$19
$26
$36
$33
$129,250
$139,999
$4
$15
$22
$33
$30
$140,000
$150,749
$2
$11
$18
$29
$30
$25
$150,750
$161,549
$4
$15
$25
$30
$22
$161,550
$172,499
$2
$11
$22
$28
$22
$19
$172,500
$193,849
$4
$16
$23
$22
$29
$30
$193,850
$236,949
$6
$12
$18
$30
$36
$31
$236,950
$280,099
$6
$12
$36
$45
$39
$41
$280,100
$323,199
$6
$30
$53
$47
$41
$323,200
$377,099
$15
$31
$40
$34
$377,100
$430,949
$8
$18
$27
$430,950
$484,899
$8
$18
$484,900
$538,749
$8
Combined wages between $538,750 and $1,185,399
$538,750
$592,650
$646,500
$700,400
$754,300
$808,200
$862,050
$915,950
$969,900 $1,023,750 $1,077,550 $1,131,500
Higher earner’s wages
$592,649
$646,499
$700,399
$754,299
$808,199
$862,049
$915,949
$969,899 $1,023,749 $1,077,549 $1,131,499 $1,185,399
$236,950
$280,099
$28
$280,100
$323,199
$45
$22
$323,200
$377,099
$28
$33
$37
$22
$377,100
$430,949
$21
$16
$20
$25
$5
$5
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