10 US States Where You Pay the Least Taxes

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4) Nevada

Next on the list is Nevada, home of Las Vegas and surprisingly no income tax. Sales tax in Nevada can range from 4.6% to 8.15% depending on state and local taxes. The average property tax rate is 0.96%. Property tax is based upon the assessed value of your home. 35% of this assessed value is considered taxable value. Nevada has a law in place which limits the state from increasing property tax by more than 3% per year. This is regardless of if the house is appraised at a higher value than the prior year. Overall living expenses are typically higher than the national average. Living expense include housing, food and groceries, and transportation. The only expense not higher than the national average is utilities. So feel free, if you move to Nevada, to cool and heat your home as often as you would like. Nevada’s low taxes on income, sales, and property make this state one of the best places to live if you don’t like taxes.

Income Tax: None
Sales Tax: 4.6%-8.15%
Property Tax: 0.96%

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