Move To Florida Or Alaska To Steer Clear of More Taxes In Retirement


Retirement is the time to leave all worries behind, relaxing and doing all the things you want to do. Unfortunately, your income is significantly lower than that of when you were working full time, so you will be thriving on a fixed income. So each retiree is attempting to pay the IRS as little as they

possibly can. Some look for every any they can claim legally by examining their tax returns with a microscope. Others simply decide to relocate elsewhere.

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