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Luke Porter

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Posted: 11/02/12 05:57am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm thinking of changing my domicile to a state with no income tax.

Dumb question---do you have to file a return in a state with no income tax?


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Posted: 11/02/12 07:55am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I might be confused by your question...but, no you don't have to file a state return. Yes, you still have to file a federal return (IRS).


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Florida has no state income tax.

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Posted: 11/02/12 07:58am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You MAY still need to file a return in the state where you EARNED the income.


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GA now exempts the first $35K/person of income for those over 62.
If you are over 65 it's $65K/person of income. It was supposed to go even high but this year they capped it at $65K.


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Posted: 11/02/12 08:11am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nevada has NO income tax.
I do get gouged on house and vehicle tax though.


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Bob Vaughn wrote:

Florida has no state income tax.


and it's nice weather year round, housing is a bargain right now, and north Florida still has plenty of room. Come on


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Posted: 11/02/12 08:13am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ah, we moved to a state that requires us to file income taxes every year, and our tax burden went down as a result.

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Texas has no income tax.

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South Dakota has not state personal income tax, the sales tax on large ticket items of only 3%, very low registrations on vehicles, low insurance rates and some of the best residency requirements going. So no income tax isn't the only question you should ask.


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