When considering a retirement city, which should weigh more heavily? Why?Well, they both take money going out of your pocket, so I thingk the combination of the two would be the most important. You also need to add in sales tax. For some states/areas within a state, like Austin, I have seen as high as 8.25%. For others, it's 0%.Here is a website that gives the total tax burden by state, and the history, so you can see if the trend is up or down: http://www.taxfoundation.org/news/show/335.htmlHere is a website that gives details, state-by-state, including exemptions for seniors, etc.: http://www.retirementliving.com/RLtaxes.htmlAJ
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