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Subject: Re: retire early study Date: 2/10/2000 9:53 PM
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In the matter of California and Arizona taxes: Nevada is, more or less, between those two
states, with ready access to them both. Nevada's state income tax rate is zero. I plan to
move there from California in May. C'mon, vote with your feet!


Chips, here's a question for ya: Suppose just before you move to NV from CA you exercise a bunch of stock options & then quit (or perhaps you've exercised them recently). Now, once in NV, you sell. Will CA come after you for their 9% ? I can't seem to get a straight answer on this, perhaps you can shed some light?
thanx,
-tom
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