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

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Taxes translate to nightmares. No matter what you do, you must pay contributions to the state you’re in. So, if you’re struggling to pay them, maybe it’s time to move to another state. According to the Tax Foundation, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts have the highest individual state income taxes. So, what are you waiting for?

From Alaska to North Dakota, you should really take into consideration moving to one of these eight states—some of them have virtually no income tax, while others have shrunken income taxes to the point that they’re barely there.

Read on to discover the friendliest U.S. states when it comes to taxes!

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