The 8 Most Tax-Friendly States in the U.S.

Photo by Aneta Waberska from Shutterstock | CARSON CITY, NEVADA


  • State income tax: None
  • Average property tax: $693 in taxes / $100,000 of assessed home value
  • Average state and local sales tax: 6.89 percent
  • Gas taxes and fees: $0.3378 / gallon

Looking for a no-income-tax state? Well… you should move to Nevada. The Silver State (it was named this way due to the silver mining industry) is one of the friendliest states when it comes to taxes. Nevada is well known for its gaming industry, as a matter of fact, this industry is the most important sector in the state’s economy.

This state also gets its money from sales tax: 8.15 percent (the average combined state and local tax rate).

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