The economy is thriving now due to the unemployment rate at the lowest level in 50 years. Wages have remained stagnant, though, and for many workers, the only way to get a raise is by changing jobs, which sometimes means moving to another city or state.
No matter if you want to change your job or just a happy retirement, you’ll want to look at the cost of housing and don’t overlook the impact of state and local taxes on your bottom line. You need to know which is the most tax friendly state because the difference between living in a high-tax or a low-tax state can be thousands of dollars each year. Check out the 10 most tax-friendly states!
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Interesting that Texas, with NO state income tax, a rather low rate of other taxes isn’t mentioned. Could be because it, unlike the other states, is Republican run. Could it?