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Article is OK, but most people are living in their particular state because that is where they work, not necessarily because that is where they want to live. I have been looking at states that are more tax friendly to retired people. Looking for states that still sock it to those that are still working but lightening the tax load on those that have hung up the rat race.
GEORGIA, comes to mind. They will have eliminated income tax on retired income in the next few years and have a low property and relatively low sales tax. Regular wage earners still pay proportional taxes but retirees have it easier. Weather is also mild and has a range of mountains to a nice coast..
Problem is that I am still 14 years away from retiring:(
It makes you wonder why more people don't live in places like Wyoming, Montana and Alaska, though, doesn't it?
What we need to do is replace all elected two-term congressional representative with Constitutional Conservative freshmen who are eager to do what is expected of them and willing to do what is right serve the electorate without fear of how anyone else may perceive them. Otherwise, it's business as usual and all voters/tax payers lose big time!!! Who is John Galt?
9.5% in South King County in WASHINGTON STATE.
9.5 % SALES TAX
If you are going to ''quote'' percentages of the lower taxed states then you better get your information correct because it is WRONG for WASHINGTON STATE.
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