From a tax perspective, I've heard that Pennsylvania is an attractive state for retirees since they don't tax income drawn from pensions and other retirement vehicles?*******************PA's regular income taxes are also pretty low - 2.8% IIRC. The rub is that other costs can eat you up. Look at real estate along the NYS - PA border and you'll find similar stuff in PA is usually substantially more expensive. This is also important to rememebr about PA: The STAT E income tax is low and it is a flat tax so it's "easy". BUT... PA is fairly unique in that every township (what everybody else calls a "county" if I recall correctly. Or maybe it's a Borrough?) has their own little "income tax" that you never hear about in discussions of "State income taxes". It actually makes PA taxes competative if not greater than many states
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