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Posted: 5/14/2001 8:03:57 AM EST
I'm looking to make a big move in the next couple of years and need to begin doing research now. Which state would you vote for that has no state income tax and is very pro-gun? States I'm currently considering: Florida, Texas and Wyoming. What are some others? TIA.
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 8:09:57 AM EST
Look to your Neighbor. South Dakota is the place to be. No income tax, shall issue CCW permit, NFA friendly. Is there anything else?
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 8:12:33 AM EST
Tennessee, the state that REALLY cost Gore the election[:D]
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[size=6]TEXAS[/size=6] Lynn [sniper]
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Nevada doesn't have a state income tax, gambling makes up the difference. And they are very pro-gun.
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 8:40:52 AM EST
Hey, you know it's just gotta be Texas! Florida is out 'cause of their questionable politics (two liberal DemocRat Senators!). Wyoming is a good choice, but you have to get used to having only 2 seasons - Winter and August![:D] Eric The Hun
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 8:44:22 AM EST
You might want to ask about property taxes. If they don't get you on income tax, they will on property taxes. These might be local as well as state taxes. Sales tax info might be useful too. Surely there's some table out there on the internet that compares the total tax burden. (If I find one, I'll post the link.) Mike
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 8:53:08 AM EST
Thanks for all the info so far! I should also say that what I really would like to be able to do is have a primary residence in a more southern state and keep my current place in MN as a secondary residence. Does anybody here have any experience in that area? [b]David Hineline:[/b] I've thought a lot about going to SD! If I can swing the two home thing though I think I'll go that route. But SD is a great place. [:)]
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 9:12:07 AM EST
Okay, found a few links. Most of the things I looked at just talked about state income taxes. These cover all state taxes, as best I can tell. http://www.taxfoundation.org/pr-statelocal00.html http://www.taxfoundation.org/staterankings.html Hope this helps. Mike
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 9:32:50 AM EST
[url]www.taxfoundation.org/pr-statelocal00.html[/url] [url] www.taxfoundation.org/staterankings.html[/url]
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