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Old 11-30-2011, 11:28 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by wnytaxman View Post
Great Link, Lady Fitz. Kiplinger is pretty accurate in their assessments. We use them a lot here in my practice.
Oregon does not tax military pension earned PRIOR to 1991. I retired in 1993 so only a very small percentage of my retirement would be taxed. My other income is from SSDI which also is not taxed.

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Old 12-01-2011, 01:39 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by macnkat View Post
Funny how so many lifelong Californians are leaving as fast as they can. I'm on that list to.
Last one out of California turn out the lights

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Old 12-01-2011, 03:30 AM   #45
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Originally Posted by D in Davie View Post
All those full timer folks who go to South Dakota can't be serious about staying there in the winter can they??. It's just a mailing address right?? You can still come to Florida in the Winter, right??
I full-time and have SD as my legal state of residence via Home mail forwarding service.

I chose them because of the tax advantages and lower vehicle insurance rates based on the town of 600 people. The only reason I go thru SD is to get my driver's license renewed every 5 years.

I follow the good weather and mostly stay with friends and famil, and take different routes each trip so that I can see more of this great country. Domicile is only a legal issue. I live where ever I'm parked. Here today, maybe somewhere else tomorrow.
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Old 12-01-2011, 03:52 AM   #46
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I think that Alaska is right up there also. I am using my old, faulty memory, but as I recall they don't have an state income tax, and the rest of them are low also.

If you are a property owner, you might can get in on other bennies also. Anyone remember details??

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No taxes but our cost of living is very high. ALmost every item in every store came to us by plane or barge. Fuel on average runs about a buck higher per gallon.

The PFD has residency requirements that would be difficult for a FT to satisfy.

On the upsode it's one of the most beautiful places I have ever been.
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Originally Posted by D in Davie View Post
All those full timer folks who go to South Dakota can't be serious about staying there in the winter can they??. It's just a mailing address right?? You can still come to Florida in the Winter, right??
I am a South Dakota resident and I visit there every five years to renew my driver's lic./mailbox. Otherwise, unless it is on my way to somewhere I'm going I am not there. Winters? Forget About It !

Once you have a home with wheels your paradigm concerning where you live changes drastically your not owned by a state anymore. JMHO, YMMV

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