These charts show exactly where San Francisco’s wealthiest people moved in the pandemic – Montana not on the list.
August 10, 2022 /
Previously the Chronicle reported that because of San Francisco’s steep population loss — the city lost 4.5% of individuals listed on tax returns, or 39,000 people, according to the IRS data — people who left San Francisco by the time they filed their 2019 tax returns took about $10.6 billion with them, while people entering the city made just $3.8 billion in total, a net loss of nearly $7 billion.
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