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Old 05-13-2015, 02:40 PM   #1
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Are there any other sites besides this one for doing comparisons?

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are there any other sites besides this one for doing comparisons?

State-by-State Guide to Taxes on Retirees-Kiplinger
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Try this:
Taxes by State: Alabama to Iowa

IMHO, the Kiplinger site is color coded to a specific type of retiree... weighted to higher income/asset brackets. In our case, the overall tax is less in Illinois, than in Florida, which has the best (lowest tax) rating. Depends on your financial situation, as well as where you live within the state.
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There are dozens, just Google Let me google that for you

Here's another Taxes by State
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Old 05-18-2015, 12:23 PM   #4
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Try this:
Taxes by State: Alabama to Iowa

IMHO, the Kiplinger site is color coded to a specific type of retiree... weighted to higher income/asset brackets. In our case, the overall tax is less in Illinois, than in Florida, which has the best (lowest tax) rating. Depends on your financial situation, as well as where you live within the state.
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There are dozens, just Google Let me google that for you

Here's another Taxes by State
I worked in IT in automation tools and am an above average googler.

I've seen some pretty good links in my short while here and you folks have a lot of FIRE experience.

Sorry for the confusion. When I said for comparison I meant an easier comparison tables, maps, charts, or tools vs just a list.

Example I gave allows this.

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