Delaware County offers its residents a wealth of opportunities, and one of them is the opportunity for wealth itself.
That’s a significant share of the top 50 communities within the 11-county, Greater Philadelphia area.
“Extra money in your pocket could mean treating yourself to a late morning coffee or saving up for a family getaway,” the article stated.
Leading the way for Delaware County with the most money left after taxes are three Top 10 places: No. 3 Villanova at $155,290, No. 7 Thornton at $134,479, and No. 10 Cheyney at $126,286.
Other qualifiers include No. 18 Chadds Ford at $116,419, No. 20 Haverford at $115,628, No. 28 Wayne at $109,277, No. 42 Newtown Square at $103,637, and No. 43 Garnet Valley at $101,999.
Read more about other the average disposable incomes in other communities throughout the region in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.