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Subject: Article on Tax-Friendly Locations Date: 1/30/2002 10:32 AM
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http://money.cnn.com/2002/01/28/taxes/q_taxfriendly/

But, there are many other factors to consider in choosing a retirement locale. In my opinion, taxes aren't going to lower quality of life in the USA for any specific location if it really feels like home.

The one possible exception is real estate taxes in certain urban/suburban areas of large cities where property valuations are absurdly high to begin with. Then a retiree might want to cash in and relocate further out anyway.

Cheers,

RDY
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